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Old 02-19-2006, 06:39 PM
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Ford Racing 302 into my Mazda B2300

I am in the process of installing a new Ford Racing 302 short block, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, Ford Roller E303 Cam, RPM Intake, MSD Ignition, AOD Automatic, Dual exhaust out in front orf right rear tire.

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post some photos. i have a 2001 b2300 that i am thinking about doing a 302 also. not much info on doing one in a mazda. i know it is the same as a ranger. what mounts and oil pan are you useing and also do you have ac and plan on keeping it hooked up.
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My B2300

Hey man, I just sold my B2300 but here are some photos that may help you. I took the ac off, it has a Centerforce clutch, an 8.8 rear from an SVT Mustang, Tremec TKO2 5 speed transmission, stainless steel driveshaft, MSD Ignition, March Pulleys, New Camaro Z28 Radiator, etc...oh and the digital gauges are rocking awesome.

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Wow, that modified fan blower box is legit.
Any details on it?
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Heater box

Handmade, welded aluminum and polished. Way too much time and money if you ask me.

Sure looks nice.
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GREAT job. very clean work. i went with a reman 2.3 and going to sell it to a man at work for a good return on what i have in it.
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Sold it

I sold it to a great friend. I regret it every day. This was like an SVT Mustang in Sheeps clothing.

Had it chassis dynoed, turned 300 hp at the rear wheels. Truly sweet machine.
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