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Old 06-29-2013, 03:35 AM
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The exhaust manifolds will all bolt-up to the heads, but have different outlets & shapes,& would require fabricating new exhaust pipes to fit the different manifolds & vehicle bodies, the 317 manifolds are for single exhaust w/crossover, the 368 are for rear exhaust,the '56-'57 Mk-II are different (all on their own),& the commercial (Ram-Horn) would also require custom fabrication
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Ok thanks for the info.
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Generally the Y block concept is the crank set way up in the block, that said, the MEL qualifys as well as super dutys. Unknown to most is MELs are a direct bolt up to FE FT engines.
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Get a 477 cu in Ford truck engine, cubes are already there.
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