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    In need of a 302 race block

    I am in the process of building a fox body mustang to start racing. I have a couple of stock blocks but i am not sure about putting the scat 347 kit i have into a stock block. I also do not want to put the machine time and money into the stock block for it to be worn out in a few months. If any one has any suggestions as to where i can find a good block for an honest price please let me know. I am also interested in any kind of 351 Cleveland parts or info thanks.
    oh am i the only ford guy on here?Hope not.

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    Not a Ford person, but the Dart SHP block will go to 800 HP, available in 302 or 351 versions.Below is an ebay listing, not cheap, but free shipping. Carl/Hink may be able too do you better.

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ford-...item5638c540e9

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    A stock 302 block can be a option with a main stud girdle upgrade.
    If you dont, it will split right down the middle if you start making any decent HP. 350/400 is pusing it in stock trim.

    My suggestion to you would be to find a seasoned 351W block, they are much stronger than the little brother 302, plus your starting out with 351 cubic inches, put a stroker crank in it and you'll have you a nice 400, then my friend, you'll be cooking with crisco.
    I'd skip on the cleavland thought, getting hard to find them babies, plus finding good heads? forgetaaboutit.


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    You might look into the Dart SHP block and build a 363 cid engine using one of their blocks as you can buy thier 302 block with a 4.125 bore.

    If you need a block and rotator let me know as we are a dealer for Dart and Callies crank Co.

    Here is a link to look over
    http://www.dartheadstv.com/featured_...php?reset=true

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    I would agree with cepx111 and I am a Ford guy. Start with a 351w and you can get a lot out of a stock block. I had built a stock windsor block with a stock crank and cleveland heads that was making around 600 hp. I will admit that was on the edge of what those parts were capable of but it held up fine.

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    Thanks for all the help everybody and the dart block sounds good now i just got to figure out how to spend that much with out the my better half findin out


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