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    302 id

     



    I'm brand new here. Bought a 20 year old fiberglass build with a 302. Can anybody help me ID this motor. Numbers are from the block on top of the starter

    E7TE is all I can read clearly

    Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtone View Post
    I'm brand new here. Bought a 20 year old fiberglass build with a 302. Can anybody help me ID this motor. Numbers are from the block on top of the starter E7TE is all I can read clearly
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    I see Tech beat me to the punch line.. 8-) One thing to understand the first 4 characters represent when the part was originally engineered, so a number like C4xx would be for a part originally engineered for a 64 product, but could've been ( has been) used in vehicles into the 70's or even 80's, so it's a combination of the first 4 then last 4 with any suffixes, that make a full number. HTH.

    But welcome to the site and hope you enjoy your time here..
    Since your new and all... I won't start off with the "requests" for pictures... yet!

    "We" love seeing pics of the different projects and hope you'll share some of


    ps, a great "cheat" is to type in the full number into a google search to identify what you have, then you'll get ebay results and yahoo etc. etc. etc. works pretty good!

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    I tried a photo of the engine number but the photo previewed huge so I didn't use it. Will post photo of the car after I figure out how to make photos smaller

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtone View Post
    I tried a photo of the engine number but the photo previewed huge so I didn't use it. Will post photo of the car after I figure out how to make photos smaller
    If you need to, you can flip the pic to me in an e-mail, I'll shrink it and post it up for you.

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    Will do.

    Thanks
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    Here's Jack's picture.
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    E7TE, 1987 Truck Engine.
    Should have hardened seats in the heads already, won't flow as good as say a GT40 but it'll be good for all street car / cruiser.

    How much horsepower you trying to get from it?

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