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Old 02-17-2007, 07:03 PM
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Exclamation Is here a thing of 351 HO?

I am looking in buying a 1986 F150, to replace my 81 f100 both are 4x4. The guy said that the motor is a 351 HO. I have looked and looked and have not found anything that says there is a 351 ho in pick-ups. Some in the police cars. My question is if the motor is a 351 HO, is it a cleveland or winsor ? Thanks
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I am looking in buying a 1986 F150, to replace my 81 f100 both are 4x4. The guy said that the motor is a 351 HO. I have looked and looked and have not found anything that says there is a 351 ho in pick-ups. Some in the police cars. My question is if the motor is a 351 HO, is it a cleveland or winsor ? Thanks
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Ifyou can't get your answer here, you may want to check with sbftech.com There are some really good engine guys over there.

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I had one that was swapped into a work van. It's a Windsor engine if I remember correctly
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Yes they are a windsor engine and yes they did come in trucks. I have seen them in some of the broncos.
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I had an '85 Bronco with a 351 HO engine. It was a 351 Winsor, not sure what made it the HO, but that is what the air cleaner cover said. It is not an easy motor to find.

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check your vin # for a Y to verify it an HO.
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If I'm not mistaken, the HO had a 4 barrel carb whereas the standard 351 had a 2 barrel. If there were any other differences I'm not sure.
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It had a 4bbl Holley carb and a marine camshaft. I've seen them in 85-87 trucks. The air cleaner says 351 4V HO
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Yep, 351W with a Holley and different cam.
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Roller cam wasnt it??/
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Roller cam wasnt it??/
Thats what I was getting ready to suggest as I recall reading something about the rollercam also.
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im 99% sure the 302 HO's were roller motors, I dont see why the 351's were'nt. Keep that in mind when shopping for cams and engine parts.
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No it was not a roller, those didn't appear until the mid 90's. It is a standard flat tappet hydraulic cam with more lift and duration than the standard 351W. It is actually a torque building cam that was designed for boat engines IE: marine cam.
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