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    Posted: 17-July-2016 at 6:37PM
I'd like to know what, if any differences there are in the blocks between the 72-86 300 and the 87-95 300. My brother in law has a rebuilt one pulled out of an 80's F150 and I was wondering why the block wouldn't be compatible with the newer generation.

Knock sensor fitting maybe? 


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I think it's when they went to EFI, so the newer engines (may) not have a fuel pump mounting provisions.
As far as I remember, no roller cam, so that's not the issue.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Big Bird Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18-July-2016 at 3:45PM
Everything I can find points to the fuel pump issue.
Also found this:
More entertaining than helpful, but...
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do the newer ones have a distributor location? if not it may need to have a crank triggered system
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I have seen some cool stuff done with these.

I will look when I get home, but I think the original Ford Off Highway Parts book has a section on the Ford Six's.

The link below is to a well documented 300 six, using 3 cut up Boss 302 (Cleveland) heads welded together to make a Boss 300 inline six.

Super cool, a bit crazy, but cool nonetheless.

https://fordsix.com//viewtopic.php?t=33048

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