The only way(if it fitted) to run a 351 clevo would be to run it on LPG. Basically, you have to run the engine with full ADR compliance of your year model car. Because the clevo is at least 20 years old, it's virtually impossible. A 351 windsor is wider, taller and heavier than the 302, so you will have a few problems getting that to fit too. Best bet is to buy a EB2 with the 302 windsor factory fitted and modify this.
It would be much easier to just get a 5litre EB or if you still plan to put a 351 in there it would be easier again with a late model EFi one from the states, but I would say you would have huge drama's with a Clevo in there.
AU II XR8
XW Wagon 221-2V,
Laser a maser.
That's true about QLD rego laws. The amount of s...boxes that I see with QLD plates on when I drive around through the day is amazing, and my brother in-law brought the biggest one down here when he moved. I was fixing the bastard on a daily basis. Thankfully the man with the hammer inside the engine finally gave up, and it went to its final resting place.
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