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Old 06-26-2000, 03:27 PM
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Horsepower Rating for a 1974 F100 460 C.I. "stock"

I recently inherited my grandfathers 74 F100. It has a 460 and around 31,000 miles on it. Propane was added to it for an alternative fuel. This is a stock motor with no modifications. Does anyone know what kind of horsepower and torque this thing has using either propane or gas?
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Horsepower Rating for a 1974 F100 460 C.I. "stock"

[font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON 29-Jun-00 AT 10:02 PM (EST)[/font][p]Depending on the smog equipment that is on the truck its between 200-228 HP & 345-370 foot pounds of torque SAE rating.
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Horsepower Rating for a 1974 F100 460 C.I. "stock"

What did the motor come out of? Is it a 1974 model 460? In 1974 no 460's were put in trucks, from the factory. This engine must have been put in at a later date.
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