Ford 351 Cleveland Engines

Author: George Reid
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1613250487
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This book will walk you through everything you need to know to build a great street or competition engine based in the 351 Cleveland platform.

How To Rebuild Ford Engines

Author: Tom Monroe
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780895860361
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Photographs illustrate how to disassemble, check for wear, repair or recondition, and reassemble and install Ford V8 engines

Fooorrd V8 Performance Guide

Author: Bill Carroll
Publisher: Coda Publications
ISBN: 9780910390170
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Cylinder heads of 351 Cleveland engine will not fit on the Windsor engine
because water passages are not in the same place. Cylinder heads off the
Windsor 351 may be backfitted to earlier small block engines though it is worth
noting they use a large (16" diameter) head-bolt. Although the water passages
line up they have a different shape than those of the earlier blocks. On the plus
side, what Ford calls the "GT40" combustion chamber allows the use of larger
valves and offers ...

Ford Small Block Engine Parts Interchange

Author: George Reid
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1613252129
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The 335-series Cleveland engines are grouped together here because they're
basically the same engine architecture with the same selection of cylinder heads.
Selection among the four basic variations of the Cleveland cylinder head
depends on how you intend to use the engine. The 351C-4V cylinder head is the
most desirable casting because it has huge intake ports and valves along with
high-compression wedge chambers, which offer excellent quench and high
compression.

How To Rebuild Big Block Ford Engines

Author: Charles Morris
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1932494928
Size: 68.80 MB
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General Engine Specifications 351 CLEVELAND CYLINDER BLOCKS YEAR
CASTING # BORE DECK NOTES 70-74 2V DOAZ-D 4.000 9.206 2 Bolt mains
DOAE-] 71 4V DOAE-G 4.000 9.206 2 Bolt mains 72-74 BOSS, C] DZAE-CA
4.000 9.206 4 Bolt mains *same casting # as 2 Bolt block H.O. and 74 4V 351
CLEVELAND CRAN KSHAFTS YEAR ID# MAIN SIZE ROD SIZE NOTES 70-74
4M 2.749 2.311 Boss and H.O. have hardness test mark 4MA stamped on
counterweight 351 ...

How To Build Big Inch Ford Small Blocks

Author: George Reid
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1884089836
Size: 67.89 MB
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Ford's 351ci Cleveland middle block entered production more than three
decades ago in the fall of 1969. Its production and service life was all too brief,
unfortunately, lasting through the 1974 model year. Ford's decision to terminate
351C production was rooted in scaling down production costs. After the 351C
was introduced in 1970, Ford was already at work on an FE Series bigblock
replacement called the 400M – the tall-deck Cleveland block displacing 400ci
that was introduced ...

Ultimate American V 8 Engine Data Book 2nd Edition

Author: Peter C. Sessler
Publisher:
ISBN: 1610592328
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All 335-series engines came with canted-valve cylinder heads. Although
Chevrolet used canted-valve cylinder heads on the big- block V-8, Ford initially
used the design on the new-for-1968 460-cid engine and made several
refinements, which were also carried over to the 351 Cleveland engines. The
main refinement is that the Ford canted-valve engines have equal-length intake
runners. The canted valve design allows for better engine breathing through
superior valve placement ...

Ford Police Cars 1932 1997

Author: Edwin J. Sanow
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610609357
Size: 67.29 MB
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Both V-8s eventually came in both 2-bbl and 4-bbl versions. These engines were
extremely difficult to tell apart from spec sheets and police car literature. Ford
often treated them as interchangeable when it came to filling orders for 35 1-ci
engines. Horsepower ratings were often the same. However, these engines were
drastically different: The 351 Cleveland had a high rpm-oriented "canted"
valvetrain. The 35 1-ci Windsor was introduced to retail cars in 1969. It would be
available in ...

How To Build Max Performance Ford V 8s On A Budget

Author: George Reid
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1884089550
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The 351 Cleveland "middle block" is a small block that acts like a big block,
thanks to its large-port heads and broad-shouldered block. No one knows for
sure why Ford conceived two engine families displacing 351 cubic inches, but
one thing is certain: The 351C gives performance buffs a lot of bang for the buck.
When you can find a good junkyard core, the 351C has a lotto offer in terms of
affordable power. John's Mustangs & Classics in San Diego, California built us a
budget 351C.