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Old 06-16-2004, 07:23   #1 (permalink)
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Engine and transmission dimensions

Thought I post this up if someone needs to look up some measurements for their projects etc.






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Re: Engine and transmission dimensions

That's pretty cool - got any similar info for 6 cyl engines??
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Re: Engine and transmission dimensions

Interesting, given an extra 50-odd lb for the 5.4 Boss it is not only heavier than the 302W but also the Cleveland, and not much less than an alloy headed big block!
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That's pretty cool - got any similar info for 6 cyl engines??
No I haven't sorry.
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Interesting, given an extra 50-odd lb for the 5.4 Boss it is not only heavier than the 302W but also the Cleveland, and not much less than an alloy headed big block!
The chart above are weights for the 4.6 so the 5.4 would be more heavier than that.
I like the modular engines when it's right but you can't do much with it other than supercharge it and other minor mods not to mention it would be a lot more expensive to do repairs.
Ford should have gone with the 351 Windsor, cheaper and lighter.
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