YamYZ250F said:Okay im not a bronco expert so i wana know what kinda engine i got and i looked on the engine and it said 351/400 so i know its either the winzer(SP)
or the 351 celveland(SP) thanks for the help
Crawdad said:The Windsor is a small block 351. The Cleveland is a big block 351. What you have is really neither. It is a combination of a 400 and a 351 that Ford used.
great post thanks, BMC69. Sometimes reading a little further will help clear things up before posting a reply. my .02bmc69 said:If it 'said" 351m/400 on the engine anywhere it has to be the tag on the valve cover since that is the ONLY place the engine data ever resided on these engines. That said, the ssame tag wil indicate what displacement you have. (Assuming, of course, the valve covers are still on the original engine).
On the valve cover tag:
First line is "Engine Family: 351m/400"
Second line "Engine Displacement: 351m (or 400)"
The 351m and 400 are officially small-block 'Cleveland engines', but are distinctly different from the 351C, with taller decks, larger cranks with 351W-sized main journals, and a big-block bell housing pattern. So...they are a small-block that is as tall as a big block and with big-block 429/460 bell housing pattern. Confused now?...yr in good company :toothless