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Old 09-10-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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What motor do these go to?

I have a set of headers and was trying to find out what they belong to. My guess is a Cleveland but not 100% sure. I thought someone it the classic mustang section may know.

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Look like Clevelands to me. Didn't you show these before?
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I have a set of headers and was trying to find out what they belong to. My guess is a Cleveland but not 100% sure. I thought someone it the classic mustang section may know.

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Are there any numbers anywhere? If not then the only way to tell is measure the distance between chambers and the over all length and height of them. The chamber opening. I can tell a lot of things by a picture but I also know pictures don't show everything you need to see.
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I would agree Cleveland or some kind of FE block.... If they are clevelands I think the exhaust port is different for the 2v heads than the 4vs but I'm not 100% sure
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I would agree Cleveland or some kind of FE block.... If they are clevelands I think the exhaust port is different for the 2v heads than the 4vs but I'm not 100% sure
The bolt pattern on an FE are mirror image I believe (2 lean forward and two backward). When did Clevelands have 4v heads?
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The bolt pattern on an FE are mirror image I believe (2 lean forward and two backward). When did Clevelands have 4v heads?
Im pretty sure there was a 4v Cleveland being produced the same years that the 2vs were... The v means venturi so 4v means factory 4 barrel carb.... I know the intake runners and valves were a lot bigger but not too sure on exhaust
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The 351 "C" motor was produced from 69/70 thru 73. They made 2 and 4 V versions.

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I raced the "C" motor for years. They make a lot of power without major work.
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i am going also agree that those look like cleveland headers. FEs used bolt that were either vertical or horizontal, or both. and judging by the size of the tubes, i would say they fit 4V heads.
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