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Hey there from Warm Springs GA

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Hey there from Warm Springs GA

Post #1 by Jimmys61falcon » Wed Dec 25, 2019 7:52 am

I have a 61 Falcon 4 door wagon that currently has a '66 170 in it with a Comet bellhousing (I believe I have a C7ZA-6394-A) and clutch in it. Behind that is an SROD 4 speed (speed with OD) from an 81 ford pickup. I am in the process of researching and compiling parts to install a T5 (I pulled one from a 94 Mustang v6 donor) behind a 200. I would like to reuse the bellhousing and clutch if possible to help with cost. I am looking at which 200 will work for me and seems that 67+ is the way to go but still trying to make sure. I plan to put a Weber 32/36 as this will be my daily driver and maybe trips back to MI to see family. I am looking for best solutions for the head. I am seeing that the large log heads after 77 are best but since I am really not looking to make big HP I wonder if that is really needed. I see a number of folks have done similar on here so any advice is very welcome.

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Re: Hey there from Warm Springs GA

Post #2 by bmbm40 » Wed Dec 25, 2019 7:35 pm

That is a pretty nice ride wagons were always a favorite of mine. There is lots of info on this forum on the T5 swap and helpful members. The Falcon Performance Handbook is a good source for head info. Over the years the heads changed with more flow etc. Start looking for a later 200 now as they are becoming harder to find.
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