Big Block Ford
can this be mounted on a 5.9 360ci ford f250 engine
What size carb to get
Can smaller camber heads be substituted? Running flat tops, .030" in a 73 429.
Can you recommend rocker arms to go with this kit?
will this work on a 1996 460?
Will this run on regular fuel 91 octane
Will this work on my 1971 429 out of my thunderbird. Do I need to get higher compression pistons to get the 506hp and what carb do you recommend for my engine to get optimal performance. I'm sticking this in a 1949 dodge pickup with 4.30 gears.
I’m going to buy this to put on my 73 460 can I use stock pistons or should I put some new ones in and if what would you reckamend
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