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Booba you'll know this, what heads were used on the 92+ Base 351w's? E6's or did they switch over to E7's?
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I would say E7s, but lemme look it up.


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From 1977 onward, the 351W shared the same head casting as the 302, differing only in bolt hole diameters (7/16 inch for 302, 1/2 inch for 351W).
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Still checking on the casting, but I'm sure that by 92 they were all E7s, just with the 1\2 bolt hole.


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That threw me, cause the 351w H.O. in 84-86 used the E6's which flowed like fawking shit compared to the E7's.
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I just read something that said 1985 is when the E7s came in. Either way, by 1992 it'd be E7s. Hell, in 1987 I'd expect to see them.


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Kay, well, I got something in the works, I'm not gonna say nothing til my ducks are in a row, but I will let everyone know by Tuesday or Wednesday.
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Quack! Lol



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You callin' me a quack, jack?
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You callin' me a quack, jack?
Quack Quack! Lol

You said ducks in a row, so maybe its the meds but I felt like Quackin'

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I just had to say that since punk bitch quit at work..


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