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Old 12-30-2014, 09:49 PM   #21
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I just gave away 5.86, 6.00, and 6.20 9" gear sets for free. It will be interesting to see how fast it can run. Assuming 460hp (1 per ci) and 5000 lbs it should go 12's
7500 RPM ? Not with the stock rods. With Eagle or better rods, yeah. And GOOD springs. And Balance. Oil system is the same as a cleveland so it's not gonna wanna go that high, and, and....................................
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Old 12-31-2014, 08:48 AM   #22
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. . . . and 1 hp/cu in out of that whale is a lot of blubber!!!


Hey, Vic! Why don't you do something really wild? . . like the 400M for Q/SA at a svelte 4590 lbs?
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Old 12-31-2014, 03:20 PM   #23
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Same carb(1.21)/valves(2.06)/intake and lift is like .406 to .428 compared to the 351M so I think it'd be better.
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Old 12-31-2014, 04:18 PM   #24
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Same carb(1.21)/valves(2.06)/intake and lift is like .406 to .428 compared to the 351M so I think it'd be better.
There ya go...351M, as a Landau..U/SA!
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Old 12-31-2014, 06:56 PM   #25
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351 blueprints under 9:1 compression; 400 is 9.7. 50 more cubic inches.
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Old 12-31-2014, 11:33 PM   #26
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OK. Both the 351M & 400M use the same size 2bbl (1.686/1.21 ) the same heads with the same valves. The 351 has a little over 8 1/2:1 compression & the 400M a little under 9 1/4:1. Yeah the cams are different but with what cam grinders can do these days, I think that's pretty much a wash. (probably wrong).

The 75 & 74 460"s The valves, cams are the same the compression's are similar But as Billy reminded us:

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Ya know, I really have to ask, how is this combo bogus? All but the 74 can only use the small Motorcraft 4350 carb(700 cfm?)..
& It seems Mr.Graham does pretty well with the combo in Super Stock

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351vs400 I just figure with the same top end the smaller cubes it's got to be fed better. Same as a 302 is ok but the 351W is a pig cause it uses the same head/valves.

50 cubes in that case is a detriment not a bonus.
A point in compression is obviously nothing to sneeze at either, but there are more factors in the 351's favour than the 400's.

The 460 is just cool regardless
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piston in block
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anyone notice the wing on that gt/fa car....I'm no ford expert but? also I have a
1979 ranchero..wonder how that would hook up with a 460...
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anyone notice the wing on that gt/fa car....I'm no ford expert but? also I have a
1979 ranchero..wonder how that would hook up with a 460...
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