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Old 08-15-2012, 08:51 AM
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newbie with a 351c block number help

hey, glad i found this site. spent some time surfin and see a lot of useful info.

i picked up an 83 f100 a few weeks ago as a project. got it down to the frame. always been a fan of the 351clevelnd and just happened to have a friend that came across one/w c6 for a pretty good price. gonna tear it down and go thought it.
so, onto the question. just got it on the engine stand and cleaned off the block a bit and not sure iffen i am gettin the right info for the block number.

D2AE-CA

anyone have any info. not sure iffen mines right.
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Old 08-15-2012, 04:00 PM
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351-C Block Numbers Year 2 bolt main 4 bolt main
1970 D0AE-A
D0AE-C
D0AE-E
D0AE-G
D0AE-J
D0AE-L1



1971 D0AE-A D0AE-B
D0AE-C D0AE-D
D0AE-E D0AE-F
D0AE-G D0AE-H
D0AE-L1 D1ZE-A (BOSS 351)
D1ZE-B (BOSS 351)



1972 D2AE-EA (High Output)
1972-1974 D2AE-DA D2AE-CA (CobraJet)



Austrailian no FOMOCO numbers
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:20 AM
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i was seein cobra jet,too. got it tore down yesterday. it has the forged pistons,too. hope it doesnt have to be bored out, but if it does, i'll have a set of pistons for sale.
now tryin to figer out the heads. cant find the info on them #'s anywhere. they are 2V heads,though, which is what i wanted.
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Hi. here are the specs for the cobra jet 2v heads.

Chamber volume 74-77 cc's
Intake valve dia. 2.19
exhaust valve dia.1.71
port dia. intake 2.50 x 1.75
port dia. exhaust 2.00 x 1.74
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