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Post 300 w/cut-welded 351C Head Pic
I found this picture and thought I'd share, but I don't have any place from which to host it. I can email to anyone that wants to give it a home, and share it with everyone. Anyone?


Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:09 am
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Imageshack

don't have to email it to anyone
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Not gonna bother with that for one picture.

I just found this website that links single pics. No idea how long it will stay active, but... the site is www.tinypic.com

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I like the curve on those headers.

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mutt want......


Mon Apr 03, 2006 5:57 pm
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It looks like the picture's not working anymore. Can you repost it or email it?


Thanks!

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Edit: Link works for me now. Must have been blind???


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Tue Apr 04, 2006 3:52 pm
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Is there any info on this,does anyone know anything about it.?

Do the water passages line up,how about the pusrod holes ?

I want to make one,I have access to two of those heads.


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Clevo heads, eh? I've got a few M-motor heads laying around... they're essentially the same thing... :hmmm:


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tjm73 wrote:
Not gonna bother with that for one picture.

I just found this website that links single pics. No idea how long it will stay active, but... the site is www.tinypic.com


imageshack is the same exact thing...

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Bore spacing on a Cleveland is 4.380. On a 300 it is 4.480. So using two head sections means 4 chambers will be offset .100. Using three sections means all six chambers will be offset .050. The most correct way to do this is to use six separate chambers cut .050 offset at the bolt holes to align all the chambers.

Miles of expensive, temperamental welding and pushrod relocation is required, along with other mods. The valve arrangement is backwards meaning custom camshaft and pistons are required. Not to mention custom intake and exhaust systems. Not a modification I would recommend to a novice mechanic or the faint-of-wallet.

If you do have your heart set on fabbing a hybrid head you should start with aluminum aftermarket chambers or NASCAR 4.5 V6 heads.

Or just go buy the aluminum billet head from Ford Racing.

Another easier alternative is to split TWO stock 300 heads horizontally (think sub sandwich bun), offset to increase the port height and furnace braze them back together. I had a head like this that reportedly ran 200 plus MPH at Bonneville.

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Hmmm, lookes kinda similar..

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Nice pics.

That would be one wild ride! :D

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