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Old 08-16-2005, 04:25   #1 (permalink)
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dimensions of a 351?

Hi guys

can someone be so kind as to measure the overall length, width and height of their 351 clevo? ie back of the block to the front of the water pump, the widest point of each head to each other. and also the height from the bottom of the sump upwards (i realise this varies so please let me know the manifold etc you are running)

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Old 08-16-2005, 20:31   #2 (permalink)
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Hi guys

can someone be so kind as to measure the overall length, width and height of their 351 clevo? ie back of the block to the front of the water pump, the widest point of each head to each other. and also the height from the bottom of the sump upwards (i realise this varies so please let me know the manifold etc you are running)

thanks guys
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Blake,

If you don't mind waiting until after the weekend for the results, I can go out to the shop and measure mine...it has an aftermarket deep sump pan and an Edelbrock Torker "semi-high" rise. I also have a fairly stock, factory Q-code engine sitting on a stand that I can measure for comparison. It has a factory oil pan and 4V inlet.


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if you could do that mate, it would be GREATLY appreciated. I need to know asap because i almost have the 302 supra on the road again, and want to tow it with a 351 powered crown...i can see myself blowing up the supra diff thats all, and i dont want to be left stranded up there!
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Hi 302_Supra,

Width is approx 580mm from outside edge of each head to to the other.

Height is 530mm from bottom of sump (standard height sump) to base of inlet manifold (mine is similar in height to a 6/71 blower manifold) so practically the same as a standard ford cast iron manifold

Depth is approx 720mm from belhousing edge to front edge of crank pulley, This approximately the same as the water pump on a standard motor. I run a CSR aluminium pump so my water pump protrudes another 40mm or so.

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Old 08-17-2005, 03:14   #6 (permalink)
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Re: dimensions of a 351?

if you need to shorten the engine , there used to be an adapter available to fit a holden water pump on to the front of a clevo.

i think from memory that dellow was making them.

i had a mate that put a 351 clevo in his Nissan 720 4x4 ute. he used one and had to move the radiator to the front of the support panel to fit it in. very tight.
that was about 10 years ago so hard to say if they still do them.

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