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Old January 31st, 2011, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default Late 80s vs mid 90s 351

Anyone know the difference in power between the 2? I have both but it would be easier to run the 88 motor I have. The trans is already on it and I wont have to mess with the oil filter deal and it has a good pan. I need to change the pan on the 90s engine.
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Old January 31st, 2011, 09:42 PM   #2
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The later 351's had roller lifters.
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my 93 did not have a roller cam, just FYI
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I think 95-96?
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My 90s motor is a 94. Didnt know how much difference the obd1 or obd2 makes either.
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My 96 is obd-1


don't know how accurate but
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i have a 96 obd2, it has mass air flow its suppose to be better for engine upgrades like a cam or bigger injectors. go on fullsize bronco.com they have alot of info on any ford.
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Roller 351s start with the casting # F4TE (94 and newer) Among a few others the lifter bores are taller in the F4 roller blocks. If you will be building for HP in the future use the 94+, If you are just running it with mild upgrades the 88 will be great.
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