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Thread: is there a performance head for 300ci

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    Question is there a performance head for 300ci


    i'm building a ford 300ci and have looked high and low for a performance cylinder head. i'm starting to wonder if there's one out there. my block is bored 30 over and i have the offenhauser four barrel intake with headman headers. i just dont want to put the stock head back on!

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    Contact the guys at Clifford Research, they are the experts on Ford 6's. They can tell you what is available and/or what should be done to your head.
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    Clifford has some nice stuff.

    We ran my dads old 300 six off of propane and built the engine up with 12.5:1 pistons, put on a header/free flowing exhaust, and amped the ignition.

    With the slow burning-high octane propane and the long stroke of the 300 six that truck had great pulling power and got good mileage out of the propane.

    Technology is the answer.

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