These Ford Racing 351 aluminum wet or dry sump race engine blocks feature cast iron sleeves, an all-aluminum water jacket, and oil galley plugs. They are manufactured from 356-T7 aluminum and feature siamesed cylinder bores, a 9.400 in. deck height, 4-bolt main journals with steel billet main caps, and 2.75 in. diameter main journals. At just 124 lbs., the Ford Racing 351 aluminum wet or dry sump engine blocks save a tremendous amount of weight over a standard cast iron block. The blocks will accept a standard wet or dry sump oiling system. Build a reliable, durable, high-horsepower engine with one of these Ford Racing 351 aluminum wet or dry sump engine blocks.
351 power with almost half the weight? "Impossible!" you might say. Not any more! Ford Racing out did themselves with this powerful cylinder block. Crafted from cast 356-T6 grade aluminum, this block delivers the performance you expect from a Ford 351, and weighing in at just over 100 lbs. Install this on your next 351 build and receive all of the benefits of a new 351 without all the extra weight. Equipped with cast iron cylinder sleeves this is THE high performance block you have been looking for. Features
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