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Ford Ford 302 Rebuild Head Install

Discussion in 'Engine' started by Tony, Mar 30, 2014.

  1. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    Here it is, the installation of the heads, intake, cam, lifters, oil pan and so on. In the next video, we will be stuffing this engine into the Mustang and getting it ready for the first fire up and break in. Stay tuned.

    https://youtu.be/oQ4ltEbdX7w
     
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    Looking like a motor now. Want to do a Dodge 3.3L next?
     
  3. Tony

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    You got money, I will make time... lmao.
     
  4. Breeze400

    Breeze400 Bitchin' Member - Rest In Peace Brother! You Will

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    Very nicely done!
     
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    And another order placed for some of the other stuff needed. YAY!!! All coming together..... Next fuel pump, possibly fuel lines we will see. and near future convertible top.
     
  6. Paulster2

    Paulster2 My VTEC Won't VTEC...

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    Yes, either just tear that one off and get rid of the rag altogether, or get a new one. :biggrin:
     
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    There is no saving this one. I made that executive decision when I grabbed the top and helped him remove about 33% of it :chuckles:
     
  8. Paulster2

    Paulster2 My VTEC Won't VTEC...

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    It needed one prior to that though, I made that decision a long time ago... No help from tony though I was just gonna ducktape the hell out of it lmao... Now I cant do that. It's all good... lol.
    Update though, Distributor, coil, valve covers, gasket, Electric fan, and coil bracket are shipped.. Next step fuel system, yaya money!!! Thank god for 3 jobs. Oh and the wife is going back to work, yay better parts, and hopefully help on tony's body and paint products... He deserves it for teaching me what I have learned from him on the motor build. And taking the time to help....
     
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    Paulster2 My VTEC Won't VTEC...

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    Absolutely! :respekt:
     
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    If your going to pay for it, I'm thinking a 9 color chameleon color... just sayin...
     
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    Im not gonna pay for all that... :puppydogeyes: lmao.. wont happen. I will however buy the black paint both yours and mine... Since we kinda want the same color.
     

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