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Yep, if you're doing it for the bronco...I'd read it.
 

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i agree
 

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Absolutley ~ :chili:

I'm currently collecting data for a rebuild or reman for this summer or sooner on my 86 EFI 302 due to a dead cylinder on #2, it wouldn't pass the Cali smog for lack of compression and I got a by for 1 yr to fix. I've had my BKO for over 4 years and the PO had the motor rebuilt maybe 6 years ago but the company went out of business and I'm not sure what they actually did or the level of workmanship. :banghead

It would be great if I could just slap on some decent heads but I'm concenrned about the bottom of the motor becuaue I may have a bearing knock? Somethings definately going on there, though it actually runs ok and doesn't overheat or use/consume oil. Rather then take a chance I'm either going to use this motor if posssible or use a donor and do a combo of sorts, ie" stock bottom with gt40 heads or something close. :scratchhe

Money coming this month but have to be practical with $$ budget for a DD.

DO IT WITH PICS ~

Thanks ~ :thumbup
 

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Yeah I'd read it.
 

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green ones make me horny
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yes yes yes
 

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Yeah - when I install the Eaton M90 on my 5.0 I'm interested in swapping on some GT 40 heads and a mustang lower intake.
 

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Lick my balls
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go for it
 

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We welcome any and all "pertinant" write-ups.
Do a detailed account with as many pics as possible and post it in the tech section. :thumbup
 

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yep, I would read it, and probibly use it when I do my explorer head change
 
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