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Old 03-19-2006, 05:34   #1 (permalink)
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352 ci " or 390 ?
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nices motor it look,s like a 292 .
352 and 390 are fe motors
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nices motor it look,s like a 292 .
352 and 390 are fe motors
y blocks used to come in some very wierd sizes , I was thinking fe but Id guess 292 or 312 ?
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yes they were 272 ,292 ,312
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The Ford Y-Block's are 239,256,272,292,312 Cubic Inch.There are also some other related Lincoln and Truck HD Y-Blocks which combined are 279,302,317,332,341,368 Cubic Inch.The 279,302 and 332 were only used in trucks.The 302 in this case is not to be confused with the later 302 Windsor,Cleveland,or Boss 302...and the 332 is not the 332 FE version.The 341 and 368 engines mentioned were only fitted to lincolns,but the 317 was used for both the Lincoln and HD Truck applications.
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Re: Y Block pics

I'm interested in the adapter and (what appears to be) AOD trans. What adapter did you go with, what troubles did you have, and how does it work? I'm thinking of either an AOD or a t-5 trans for my 57 thunderchicken, and y-block adapters are rare and expensive indeed. Any feedback would be appreaciated!
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hi from australia , my 5 speed was standed,plus its in a f700 big truck its a clark 5 speed a big boxs in size i don,t think they fit in cars but it would fit behind your y block they are very low ratio,s to you could pull a lot of chickens with it up hills all day
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raven i have the same ex /manifolds on my truck i hat to turn them back to front because of the steering boxs but better than the old ones
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