Bare 460 Engine block These durable cast iron 460 Siamese bore blocks from Ford Racing are THE answer to your big block needs. Capable of being bored out and stroked to displace up to 598 cubic inches, the powerhouse cylinder blocks capable of enduring anything you throw at them, and will dish out the power you want, when you want it!
NOTE: Siamese blocks are solid casting between the cylinder bores. There are no water passages between them. This is done to increase the strength of the block. Four bolt main cap requires stock oil pan modifications.
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Will this block work with Edelbrock Performer RPM heads? Wondering about the cooling for the heads and interference of extra head bolt holes versus stock block
My concerns are engine mounts and bell housings. With the exception of 1968 blocks, 1969 thru 1996 Ford 385 series blocks have interchangeable OEM engine mounts and bell housing bolt patterns. Does the same apply to the Ford Performance M-6010-A460?
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Ships directly from the manufacturer on 11/20/18
Ships directly from the manufacturer on 11/19/18
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