No the 351W was not injected until 1988 and was not rollerized untill1994 I believe.
Motorcraft ( CM 4764 ) according to motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) new fuel pressure regulator for a 1988 Ford Bronco 351 cubic inch
how to static time a ford 351w
There are different ways. One is that the 351w fuel pump bolts to the timing cover,the 351c bolts to the engine block. Water flows through the 351w intake manifold and does not on the 351c. The 351w has inline valves and the 351c has canted valves. The 351w has squared intake ports and the 351c has huge round ports. Hope this helps some.
Type your answer here... no mass air flow in bronco came out in 94 1988 should have map
most likely a 351w
what carbutor model engine fit in a 1994 ford f150 with a 5.8 lighting engine
The simple difference between the 302 and 351w is simply deck height. The 351w is taller. They share a majority of interchanging components. Both the 302 and the 351w have a water cooled intake meaning a water bypass hose between the water pump and intake. The 351m would have an aircooled intake meaning no bypass hose. Also the head design of a 351m would make the engine look a lot larger (wider) than the 302/351w
a c6 transmission is the best match
300-6 ,302-8 ,351w-8
They are all good engines but the m is not a powerful engine. The 351c code R is considered by most to be the most powerful but there were low power models built which was Code H. The 351W is an entirely different engine than the 351C even though they are the same size.
The W stands for windsor. Ford is the manufacturer of this engine, and put it in everything from passenger cars to vans and trucks
351 cubic inches... i was 18 when i had the same question and bought a 351w engine as an answer : )
yes, but it's not a direct swap. the 351W is a small block and the 360 is a big block. As such you will need to change things like motor mounts.Good luck
The answer is yes you can. The bellhousing is the same for the I6, 302, and 351w. You will need the flywheel for the engine you are swaping in. You may also need to change the computer. But if the motor is from around the same year everything should connect just fine.
Shouldnt be a problem...may need transmission, and engine mounts from the 302.
I am not a Ford man but motor mounts for a 351W engine may be what you want.
10 degrees BTDC ( unless the engine compartment decal shows different )
6 degrees BTDC
AnswerThe firing order of the early 351W engine is different from the late 351W engines. The early 351W�s firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8, while the smaller Windsor engine�s firing order is 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. What makes this interesting is that 289/302 cams are completely interchangeable with 351W cams, providing you match the firing order to the camshaft. If a 289/302 cam is used in a 351W engine, the firing order must be changed to the 302 sequence 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 by moving the wires on the distributor cap. The same procedure is used if a 351W cam is used in a 289/302W engine where the firing order in the distributor cap must match the camshaft. Not only is the firing order different on the 302- and 351W engines, but Ford also numbers its cylinders differently than GM engines. On the Ford it is 1,2,3,4 on the passenger side starting at front of engine, and 5,6,7,8 on the drivers side.I don't know who gave that "answer", but they must be Chevy people!! The 351Modified is NOT a WINDSOR engine!! It is derived from the 351CLEVELAND and it and its big brother the 400 share nothing with the little Windsor. The firing order for the 351/400M engines is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8. All the blah blah about 289 cams etc. is totally irrelevant to the question!!
Yes. There are many major differences between the 351W and 351C, but mounting and bellhousings are generally interchangeable. Differences include water pump and water routing through the block, timing chain cover, the 351W crankshaft has significantly larger bearings (3 inch mains), the 351W had non-canted wedge heads while the 351C has canted valve heads with different water outlets (they will interchange with suitable special aftermarket intake manifolds), block deck heights, and so on. While the 351C was initially favored as a high performance engine, the valves and ports were later found to be too large even for high performance applications. The current NASCAR heads have less valve cant, smaller chambers, and smaller ports with higher velocity than standard 351C heads had. For most applications like trucks or passanger cars, the 351W is a vastly superior engine with better fuel economy and more torque and power. A swap from a 351C to a 351W is a good modification for a street engine, or even a high performance engine.
A 4.2 liter V-6 transmission will bolt to a 351 cubic inch engine. You might need to change the Bell housing, in order to make it work.
Anything ispossible I ones swap a 351W to a Strait 6 Cyl.