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Old 08-07-2005, 00:24   #1 (permalink)
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Clevo 351 engine numbers

I have, what I believe to be a Clevo 351. I've done a lot of research for cast numbers etc.
Cast number is D2AE-CA, this could mean it's either 4-bolt or 2-bolt. The heads have a raised 4 on them, so they are 4v heads. It's running a 750 Holley, so I reckon it's a 4-bolts main block, correct me if not so. Why put 4v heads & 750 Holley on 2-bolt mains block?
Engine number is JG23TM *****K, so that tells me it came out of a Falcon 500 March 1977. I.D. came from this site http://www.fomoco.com.au/ID.html .
What does the K signify after the 5 digit number?
Also cast on there is 6H16, what does this signify?

Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Clevo 351 engine numbers

It is definately a cleveland. It would most probably have 2 bolt mains,
but only way is to look inside.
Where is the riased "4". Some 2v heads have a raised 4 at the ends of
the heads hidden a bit, and the real 4v's will have it in the corners near
the rocker cover ends.
(edit, why not put 4v heads/750 DP on a 2 bolt block. its the norm)
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I have, what I believe to be a Clevo 351. I've done a lot of research for cast numbers etc.
Cast number is D2AE-CA, this could mean it's either 4-bolt or 2-bolt. The heads have a raised 4 on them, so they are 4v heads. It's running a 750 Holley, so I reckon it's a 4-bolts main block, correct me if not so. Why put 4v heads & 750 Holley on 2-bolt mains block?
Engine number is JG23TM *****K, so that tells me it came out of a Falcon 500 March 1977. I.D. came from this site http://www.fomoco.com.au/ID.html .
What does the K signify after the 5 digit number?
Also cast on there is 6H16, what does this signify?

Any help would be appreciated.
D2AE-CA is the block casting revision number.
6H16 is the date it was cast: 6 = 1976, h = August, 16 = 16th day of August.
The imported bigport 4V clevelands were fitted to GT's (JG33/66) from 1970 to 1973 and were all 2 bolt motors.
This block is an australian cast block (all cleveland blocks after 1973 were cast in Australia).
The last imported big port 4V headed clevelands were fitted in dec 1973 (4V heads were cast in the US not here and were imported as complete motors), also JG23 falcons got 2V heads as std so this engine is a bitsa.
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What does the K signify after the 5 digit number?
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The 'K' means V8. And a 'C' means 6 cyl.

As for your other concerns, they've all been answered.
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Re: Clevo 351 engine numbers

I pulled the mains off my 351 D2AE_CA today only" two" bolt mains ,also it has one of them there DIAE3_B cranks i gather this is standard?
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