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ENGINE BLOCKS BOSS BLOCKS } 302 to 454 Cubic Engines } 8.2" – 9.2" – 9.5" Deck } CNC-machined for exacting tolerances of +/- 0.001" } The foundation for building power and race-winning performance “Using a BOSS 351 block as a foundation became a no- brainer. At just under two-grand, the block provides about the best bang for the buck anywhere and hardly costs any more than a stock Windsor block that has been fully machined and blueprinted. But the BOSS block still has some advantages over that, namely it’s cast using diesel- grade iron, which exhibits a much greater tensile strength than a stock casting. Plus, there is extra meat in all the critical stress areas. “When you put it all together, you get a block that shrugs off 500-plus horsepower blasts and asks for more.” – Jeff Huneycutt Project Big-Inch BOSS 5.0 Magazine 3 1 2 1 1/2" head bolt columns moved lower in the block to minimize bore distortion and improve clamping force 2 Siamese bore with thick cylinder walls and exterior walls 4 3 Drilled coolant crossover holes to aid cooling 4 NASCAR®-inspired front feed to both lift er oil galleys For important information about the proper usage of performance parts, please see page 14. 100 Techline (800) FORD788 See pages 286-292 for important safety, emissions and warranty information.


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