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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-06-08, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Building an EFI 351C for a '67 mustang fastback

Hey guys, haven't been on here for a fair while but its finally time to get my hands dirty again.

ok so i'm building an EFI 351C to go in my next project (retro modding a '67 GT fastback) and i want to make sure i've got the best combo first time around ( i think i went through 5 or 6 in my xy)

I'll be driving it at least a few times a week, but i'm also chasing a fair amount at the wheels, Circa 450.

i'll be running the Mass-Flo EFI system with a torker II intake manifold ( pic below)

The engine i'm working with is a 4v 351 (not sure if it's 4mab yet)

i was considering 4v's would just need tongues, single g valves, springs, retainers, collets and a tidy up arond the ports to match the torker.

then a F238 or F246 Cam.
remember it's efi and the injectors are right down the bottom of the runners so i can go a much bigger cam than if i was running a carby and still retain the low end. (so should i go bigger again?)

what overall combo would you recommend?
go nuts and build some hypothetical engines with reasons why you'd go that setup.


budget is around 6-7k not including intake/efi/ignition





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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-09-08, 03:17 PM
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Re: Building an EFI 351C for a '67 mustang fastback

hi mate what do u think you are going to get on the dyon
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