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Asked by Jun 04, 2009 at 12:51 PM about the 1989 Ford Bronco

Question type: Car Customization

Can I transplant a 351M engine in place of the current 302 powerplant

4 Answers

13,115

Why would you want to - 351w will slap right in with no hassles

55

i dont think so bro the m block has a big block bell housing. if you have the tranny there are kits to do it. and no a 351w will not fit easily

35

You can transplant one but you have to change the transmission as well unless its a standard then you can swap the bellhousing. A 351W would fit in easier. Its the same block as a 302. The only difference is the distance between the heads and the bore size. You can get a lot of power out of those too with the right parts.

535

a 351w can use the same tranny as a 302 its the same block and such...i would swap a 351w not a 351m

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