Will a 351W intake fit a 351C?

Member. 351C heads will not work on a 351W block without drilling new water jackets in the heads. A 351C intake will not work at all on a 351 W.

How much horsepower can a 351C make?

Horsepower. The 351 was available as a two-barrel which was a basic engine and a four-barrel, or performance, engine. The two-barrel was rated at 240 horsepower while the four-barrel was rated at 285 horsepower.

Who makes Blue Thunder heads?

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How much power can a 351 Cleveland handle?

Registered. The hp on any block depends on many factors. The most obvious of course is how the block is casted which the 351C has an advantage in that area over any other ford small block. One block could crack at 500 hp while the other holds fine at 700+.

What’s the difference between a 351 Windsor and a 351 Cleveland?

Windsor valve covers use 6-bolt covers, whereas the Cleveland/Modified uses 8-bolt covers. Timing Chain. Cleveland/Modified engines have the timing chain recessed into the front of the block itself, and its timing cover is essentially just a flat piece of metal.

Will 351 Cleveland heads fit on a 302?

All Cleveland They will fit but you will need to do some minor mods to the coolant passages, run intake adapters or run a BA intake. No need to use any adapters. Just put a boss 302 intake on it.

What does 351 4V mean?

4v = four valves (per cylinder) “Venturi” is UPPERcase and “valve” is LOWERcase.

What is the difference between a 351 Windsor in a 351 Cleveland?

What are canted valve heads?

A canted-valve cylinder head features intake and exhaust valves that oppose, with each pointing toward the cylinder centerline. It’s a distinct advantage that allows for larger valves, while lessening the risk of shrouding, thus maximizing airflow.

How do you tell the difference between a 351 Cleveland and a 351 modified?

There are several external differences that can help to distinguish between the 351W engine and the 351C and M engines: The 351W has three bolts attaching the valve covers on the exhaust manifold side; the 351C,M has four. The 351W has the timing cover bolted to the block.

Why is the 351 Cleveland better than Windsor?

The 351 Cleveland is a member of the 335 series family of Ford small-block engines. Its large ports and oversize canted valves give it more horsepower and allow it to run at a higher rpm than the Windsor. The valve covers have a twisting curve and are attached by eight bolts.

Which is the best intake for a 351C?

If you go with the smaller camshaft, a 750 Edelbrock would work perfect. They also get significantly better fuel mileage than a Holley. Be sure to get their calibration kit for tuning if you want to dial it in perfect. If you are not afraid to spend some money, go with the bigger camshaft, RPM airgap and 800 Edelbrock.

Where do I find Blue Thunder intake manifolds?

Click on the Blue Thunder item. Click on Small Block ford heads. Scroll down to the bottom portion. A black on red title will say Blue Thunder intakes. Here is what is says:

What kind of air gap does a 351 have?

The RPM Air-Gap manifold for 351 Cleveland engines is designed to complement Edelbrock’s new 351-C Performer RPM cylinder heads, and also works well with 2V cast iron Cleveland heads.

Can a 357C Torker pull at 6500 rpm?

On a 357C up to about 6500rpm the Torker can pull fine. It never liked going much over 6500rpm. I have never had a car as heavy as yours with a low RPM stall speed. It may be a bit soft on the low end.