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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-20-2011, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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351 swap headders?

I used search and didnt come up with anything

I have a 351w with thats going into a 91 t-bird with a m5r2 and a Canton 15-670 oil pan

I dont think the mac long tubes will fit i was thinking about using shortys any thoughts?

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Heads?

Hello

What heads do you have?

I run Fox pony manifolds on my Gt40p heads.

You will need to mod front K to fit the oil pan.(minor fix)

Try posting under Exhaust.


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69 windsor heads wich are what the gt40head is based on

and that might be why I couldnt find anything on search I was looking just in the 5.0.5.8 threads

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wheel hoppin and poppin!
91 Thunderbird sport 357W 5speed
88 stripped out 5.0 C4 and 4:56 gears in a 9in Ford


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Hello

Those are good heads. take standard manifolds.
The valve train isn't the best(heavier than GT40's)
I have had my D0OE heads over 6000rpm.
I have GT40p's now. I do burn a couple plug wires.
(racing engine, high temps)

over the years, there has been several posts about headers on a 351w.

most might hit lower firewall, due to the taller engine.


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i wonder if there is a block hugger headder that might work

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wheel hoppin and poppin!
91 Thunderbird sport 357W 5speed
88 stripped out 5.0 C4 and 4:56 gears in a 9in Ford


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