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Old 12-10-2010, 08:21   #1 (permalink)
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Need help identifying a engine

ok i brought a motor from a guy that race cars he said it was a boss 302 lol " i knew it wasnt that by the price i paid for it" when i search the casting number all i see is info about a 351w. the motor has the original intake with a motorcraft 2 bbl carb which makes me question the 351w info. can anyone tell me what kind of motor do i have!!!! casting number is E4AE-6015-FA 10. got this number off the block where the starter bolts up
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ok i brought a motor from a guy that race cars he said it was a boss 302 lol " i knew it wasnt that by the price i paid for it" when i search the casting number all i see is info about a 351w. the motor has the original intake with a motorcraft 2 bbl carb which makes me question the 351w info. can anyone tell me what kind of motor do i have!!!! casting number is E4AE-6015-FA 10. got this number off the block where the starter bolts up
If I remember correctly...that would be a 351 "W" Windsor...made in Canada.

The Ford 351 Windsor & Cleveland Engine Specs

Author: Ford Information (more...)
Ford 351 V-8 Engines
351 "C" 4V
1970-1973
Cleveland351 "W" 4V
1969
Windsor351 "R" 4V
1971-1972
Boss 351-HO351 "H" 2V
1969-73Engine Type8 cylinder
90 degree,
Overhead Valves (OHV)8 cylinder
90 degree,
Overhead Valves (OHV)8 cylinder
90 degree,
Overhead Valves (OHV)8 cylinder
90 degree,

Overhead Valves (OHV)Displacement351 cu.inches (CID)351 cu.inches (CID)351 cu.inches (CID)351 cu.inches (CID)Maximum torque
380 lbs./ft. @ 3,400 RPM


380 lbs./ft. @ 3,400 RPM370 lbs./ft. @ 4,000 RPM
(1971) 275 lbs./ft. @ 6,000 RPM
(1972)
355 lbs./ft. @ 2,600 RPM Maximum Horsepower300 BHP @ 5,400 RPM300 BHP @ 5,400 RPM
330 BHP @ 5,400 RPM
(1971)

275 BHP @ 6,000 RPM
(1972) 250 BHP @ 4,600 RPM
(1969-70)
177 BHP @ 4,600 RPM
(1971-73) Firing Order1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
(Number 1 cylinder on right bank, nearest radiator)1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
(Number 1 cylinder on right bank, nearest radiator)1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
(Number 1 cylinder on right bank, nearest radiator) 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
(Number 1 cylinder on right bank, nearest radiator) Bore & Stroke4.00" X 3.50"
(101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)4.00" X 3.50"
(101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)4.002" x 3.50"
(101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)4.00" X 3.50"
(101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)Compression Ratio11.0:111.0:111.5:1 (1971)


9.2:1 (1972) 9.51:1 Oil Pressure (hot)35 to 60 lbf/in235 to 60 lbf/in235 to 60 lbf/in2 35 to 60 lbf/in2 Mains2-bolt2-bolt4-bolt2-boltCarburetor
Autolite 4300-A (4V)


Squarebore



automatic choke

Autolite 4300-A (4V )
Squarebore

automatic choke Autolite 4300-D (4V)
Squarebore automatic choke
Size of CarburetorFuelpremium gaspremium gassuper premium (1971) premium gas (1972)
regular gas Intake Manifoldcast ironcast ironaluminum (1971) cast iron (1972)

cast iron Valve trainhydraulic liftershydraulic lifterssolid & adjustable liftershydraulic liftersIntake 2.185"-2.195"
2.185"-2.195"

2.184"-2.195""1.9025"-1.9175"Exhaust1.7045"-1.7145"1.7045"-1.7145"1.7045"-1.7145"1.533"-1.548"Distributorsingle point
vacuum advancesingle point
vacuum advancedual point
vacuum advancesingle point
vacuum advancePoint Gap.017"Initial Ignition Timing6 degreesDwell @ idle RPM24-29 (manual)
26-31 (auotmatic)Spark PlugsAutolite AF-42Autolite AF-42Autolite ARF-42Autolite ARF-42Spark Plug Gap.032"-.036"Long Block Weight
in lbs.530 530530530Emission ControlsIMCO (with Automatic, only NOx system)
California IMCO (with automatic, only)
other 49 states
IMCO (with Automatic, only NOx system)
California IMCO (with automatic, only)
other 49 states
NOx
CaliforniaIMCO (with Automatic, only NOx system)
California IMCO (with automatic, only)
other 49 states

RPM Rev Limiter6,050-6,150 RPM
1970 - The 351 engine was used in Mercury Cougars & Montegos as well as the Ford Mustangs and Torinos.
1970 1/2 - The Ford Falcons had an optional 351 engine.
1971 - The 351 was available for use in the Mercury Cougars & Montegos and the Ford Mustangs and Torinos.
1971-1973 - The HO (High Output) Boss 351 engine was used only in Mustangs. Introduced in December 1970 and was available until the model year 1972. The 1972 Mustang Boss 351's also had ram air.




BY THE NUMBERSPERFORMANCE UNLIMITED 358CI SMALL-BLOCK FORD Bore:4.030 inchesStroke:3.500 inchesDisplacement:358 cubic inchesCompression ratio:10.48:1Camshaft:COMP hydraulic, flat tappetCam duration:240/246 degrees at .050-inch tappet riseCam lobe lift:.360/.364 inchRocker ratio:COMP Magnum 1.6 ratioLobe separation:108 degreesInstalled centerline:102 degreesTop ring:1.2mm JETop ring gap:.020 inch Second ring:1.5mm JESecond ring gap:.022 inchOil ring:3mm JEPiston:JE, dished topBlock:OEM Ford 351WCrankshaft:OEM Ford 351W Rods:Eagle SIR 5.959-inch I-beamMain journal:2.620 inchesMain bearing clearance:.0022 inchRod journal:2.070 inchesRod bearing clearance:.0020 inchCylinder head:AFR 205 Peak intake flow:295 cfmIntake valve diameter:2.080 inchesExhaust valve diameter:1.600 inchesIntake manifold:Edelbrock Performer RPM Carburetor:Holley 4150 modified to 1,070 cfm by Charlie MorganHeader:Mac 1 3/4 Fox-body Windsor; 3-inch collector Ignition:MSD 6ALDamper:TCI RattlerWater pump:Meziere


DTS DYNO DATABEST QUALIFYING PULLRPMTQHP2,5003641732,6003741852,7003831972,8003932102,9004042233,0004132363,1004192473,2004232573 ,3004212653,4004162703,5004112743,6004102813,7004122903,8004183023,9004273174,0004393344,1004513524, 2004613694,3004693844,4004773994,5004814124,6004854254,7004864354,8004874454,9004884555,0004874645,1 004864725,2004864815,3004844885,4004814955,5004795025,6004775095,7004745155,8004705195,9004665246,00 04635296,1004575316,2004515326,3004455346,4004395356,500









































































































This page was created on August 31, 2000, it was last updated on Sunday, May 06, 2002 .
Information is from several Ford sources including Pat Ganahl's Ford Performance Engines.



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thnks but how can you tell its a 351w and what year it is. i just dont wanna order the wrong intake and carb when i change it over to a 4 bbl
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thnks but how can you tell its a 351w and what year it is. i just dont wanna order the wrong intake and carb when i change it over to a 4 bbl
E4AE-6015-FA 10 E = 1980's 4= 1984 I think the AE-6015 Refers to a Ford Part...I don't have my old Ford Serial number look up book any more but the FA-10 Refers to a Galaxy class (but not a 100%)

FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE BLOCK NUMBER IS C2DE 6015 BA, THE FIRST DIGET 'C' MEANS THE YEAR, SIXTY'S
C= 60'S
D=70'S
E=80'S
SECOND DIGET IS THE YEAR, IN THIS CASE IT WOULD BE A 1962!
THE 6015 IS A NUMBER THAT FORD USES!
THE OTHER NUMBERS I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY MEAN, SO SOMEONE HELP ME OUT!!!
THANKS; REGGIE B.
The first digit is the decade, the second is the year, the third is the car line, the fourth tells you what system the part is for. E is an engine part, B is a body part, F is a fuel system part, etc.. with all factory replacement parts having a Z as the fourth digit. 6015 is what's called the group number. This means that it is some kind of an engine block. 9510 is a carb, 9425 is an intake manifold, etc... and the last one or two digits tell you how many times the original design of the part has been changed. The number given as an example is not an actual casting number that Ford used, since they didn't start using double digit design level change designations until the 70s, but, if it were a real number, it would be telling you that this is the first change of the second design of an engine block that was originally designed for use in a 1962 Falcon.



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FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE BLOCK NUMBER IS C2DE 6015 BA, THE FIRST DIGET 'C' MEANS THE YEAR, SIXTY'S
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this is the decode guide i found. so for me E4AE-6015-FA 10 is 1984 and the a is for galaxy but that cant b rite there isnt a 84 galaxy is it

C5ZZ-2140-CR
C - Decade of Manufacture - 1960's in this case
5 - Decade Year - This is a '65
Z - Car line - Mustang
Z - Ford Service Part - This came from the Engineering Department
2140 - Basic part number - 2140 is a master cylinder
CR - Design Change - indicates manual disc brakes
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