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Old 06-03-2008, 02:39 AM
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Anyone have any ideas where I can find some performance parts for a 351M? I've been looking but no one seems to carry anything? All they seem to have is 351W and some Clevelands. Any ideas?
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Anyone have any ideas where I can find some performance parts for a 351M? I've been looking but no one seems to carry anything? All they seem to have is 351W and some Clevelands. Any ideas?

Sure lots of power in that M engine, buy some high cr pistons and a 400 crank (the only difrence between a 351m and 400 is the crank and pistons, even the rods are the same, so you got an instant cheap strocker kit) and you will get a 400 from that 351m, beisdes that get a good matching cam for your aplication, streight up double timming chain, a good dual plane intake, a 4bbl carb and some headers.... So whats the purpouse of the engine? and heres your link to high performance parts for the 400:

Purchase Parts from TMeyer, Inc.
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Its in a 64 F250. I'm trying to restore the truck and at the same time experiment a bit with the engine. This is my first attempt at a rebuild. I think its going well so far.

By the way Thanks to horsepuller for moving this to the proper forum.
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Summit racing also has high performance parts for a 351m
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Sweet. I think I'm going to turn it into a 400 for giggles.

I'll check out Summit for all that.
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