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Old 07-26-2003, 02:05   #1 (permalink)
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Do cleveland and windsor 302's share the same sump? If not, what is the difference? Mine is a windsor w/ front belly. Also would things like the sump bolts, tranny bolts be the same size? Also, on a boss 302 intake manifold, the water receiver bolt on part that goes onto the manifold...would it be a cleveland or windsor part?
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The proper Boss 302 is a one off manifold. Fits neither Clevo or windsor.It fits on Windsor block with Clevo style heads...
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Different sumps, different bolt pattern.
Tranny bolt pattern different too, I think same size thread though.
I would imagine the thermostat housing would be a windsor part, becuase a boss is a windsor with clevo heads, so most parts would be windsor.

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yeah i realise it fits like that..but it has its own style receiver at the top where the water goes in? so i couldnt just pull one off a c/w manifold and adapt it straight on?
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thats more the response i was after...yeah i thought it might be a windsor part...now all i need to find is a bloody engine for spares to pull one off!!
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I have a spare thermostat housing to suit a windsor if u want to try it out, I'm in Brisbane. Where in Brissy are u?
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im at balmoral mate. u?
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