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Old 06-16-2014, 08:06 AM
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Thanks Ben, I was looking for 300HP don't need anymore than that.Aussie Heads that are bare,do they need rebuilt or just new parts put in?
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New parts put in...the majority of the parts you'll need will come with the cam kit, except for the valves. This is the place I like to use...

http://www.ausfordparts.com/ausheads.html
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New parts put in...the majority of the parts you'll need will come with the cam kit, except for the valves. This is the place I like to use...

http://www.ausfordparts.com/ausheads.html
Did you build these heads or have a shop work them over?

Also is a Cleveland block considered a small block?
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Did you build these heads or have a shop work them over?

Also is a Cleveland block considered a small block?
ford has never used small/big block notations..

a Cleveland or 351M/400 are 335 series.

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ford has never used small/big block notations..

a Cleveland or 351M/400 are 335 series.

Yes Chris I know this, But most places that builds frames for what I have in mind doesn't all they know is Small Block Ford/ C4 trans or Small Block Ford/C6 combination, Big Block Ford/C4 or Big Block Ford/C6. They don't know the difference in series.
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Did you build these heads or have a shop work them over?

Also is a Cleveland block considered a small block?
Shop...I don't have the tools necessary to compress the springs. It was $300.

As Chris mentioned...the 351C is a 335 series engine. But yes, deck height and the fact it has a 'small block' bell housing...most will call it a small block.
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Shop...I don't have the tools necessary to compress the springs. It was $300.

As Chris mentioned...the 351C is a 335 series engine. But yes, deck height and the fact it has a 'small block' bell housing...most will call it a small block.
Thanks Ben looks like I will need to find a shop in the city that knows Fords. The T Bucket sites don't know the difference in series on Ford engines, but they treat all of the big 2 mfg the same. SBF/SBC, BBF/BBC which is kind of aggravating.
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ford has never used small/big block notations..

a Cleveland or 351M/400 are 335 series.

Hey Chris you forgot the wee 302 cleveland ....... revvy little sucker and just has a nicer sound than the windsor imo
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