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Old 12-26-2008, 12:33 AM
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Unhappy need help with some info

Ok hopefully the guys and girls in pa can help me I am wanting to rebuild a 351w to produce around 400 horse but i do not know what component configuration to use is there any web sight i can go to that will give me good info or does anyone know what the best configuration is the get around 400 horse out of a 351w. by the way it is going in my 81 f-150 4x4. please help and make me proud to live in pennsylvania thanx.
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Try the SB forums, and try reading the replies to your prior posts. You have posted this same question in several spots. The engine forums are where you will find the info.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/80...nd-winsor.html
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build a 408 stroker motor out of it, your block with the 408 stroker rotating assembly. 10 to one pistons, trickflow twisted wedge heads, victor intake, 750 speed demon, 1.6 roller rockers, comp cams camshaft(call them for the matching cam). that will get you to 400 and some,
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when I built the 351W for my 52 f-1

I got a 393 kit from these guys

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I then had is balanced and got a custom solid lifter cam ground from comp cams and ran world products cast iron windsor SR heads with roller rockers and used a wieand stealth intake with an edlebrock 600 cfm carb.

IT didn't cost me much cash but is a GREAT running motor.

it runs good enought to grenade 3 trannys and 3 rearends.....I now have a full roller dynamic racing transmission that is holding up and am going to swap in an n-case 9" center section as soon as I find a locker for it (right now I am running a lincoln 9 3/8" rear)
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here is a video I took a while back when I first put it in the truck.

It runs a bit quicker now since I have made adjustments and other upgrades to it.

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