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    302 build....

    First time buildin a ford, and have a stock block and heads out a 86 mustand. On a budget build and just lookin for mild street use. lookin for ideas on gettin the best bang for my buck. (decided to go carberator on it too) thanks
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    I have heard that 351 windsor heads will fit real nice on the 302's. Also by doing that it creates a few more horses under the hood.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    Rebuild it stock and throw a vortech or procharger on it.

    There's your best bang for the buck.
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    What year of sbf??? makes alot of difference 8) 8)
    i also can,t read--sorry-------1986

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBadGMC
    Rebuild it stock and throw a vortech or procharger on it.

    There's your best bang for the buck.
    Yeah if you got money falling out your butt :lol:

    Slap a plate system on it, or better yet, a plate and a fogger system......

    Now that's the most bang for your buck!


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    x 2 year and models make all the difference, I have to admit, I once to was a ford guy, LOL ops:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashbros
    x 2 year and models make all the difference, I have to admit, I once to was a ford guy, LOL ops:
    Thats nothing to be ashamed about. Its just too bad your not now. :cry: :cry:
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    I'd race a ford, only if it had a chevy motor in it :shock:

    All kidding aside, you got a killer platform, 85 and up SBF's were roller cam blocks, so I'd definetly stay with a roller cam, but up the lift and duration a bit.
    Ford Performance Parts # b303 is the cam alot of ford guys are running.
    Roller rockers would be my next recommend along with some full length headers.
    A performer RPM air gap intake would be good choice.
    Put on a Holley 650 double pumper and you got yourself a killer street motor.

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    thanks for the info Cepx. thats all i need to get some idea rollin never built a motor without havin to go by the rule book let alone a ford. block is gettin sent out to machine shop soon(I HOPE) and ill go from there. thanks alot, nick
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