Tag: FORD FE

DECISIONS, DECISIONS: WHICH ENGINE IS NEXT?

DECISIONS, DECISIONS: WHICH ENGINE IS NEXT?

We’ve done a handful of project engines. What should we choose as the focal point of our next build?   by Mike Mavrigian   Ever since I asked our readers for their suggestions regarding our next engine build project, the response has been overwhelming. The suggestions have included a hi-po build of a Ford 4.6L [...]

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PROJECT FORD FE, PART 4

PROJECT FORD FE, PART 4

Text and photos by Mike Mavrigian PROJECT FORD FE, PART 4 The oil filter base (located on the forward left side of the block) features two ports and four bolt holes. A base gasket must be used for sealing between the adapter and the block. This gasket bwas included in our Victor gasket set.The gasket [...]

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VINTAGE BUILD: FORD FE SIDE OILER

VINTAGE BUILD: FORD FE SIDE OILER

WE BUILD A VINTAGE FE USING PERFORMANCE AFTERMARKET HEADS, INTAKE, ETC. by Mike Mavrigian all photos by author The “old” Ford 427 FE side oiler has regained its popularity among both racers and street rod/custom car builders, especially for Cobra replica builders. This blast from the past is back with a vengeance.The Ford 427 “side [...]

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VINTAGE ENGINES (Part 1)

VINTAGE ENGINES (Part 1)

VINTAGE ENGINES THEY’RE BACK WITH A VENGEANCE by Mike Mavrigian photos by author all vehicles (except blue street rod) built by author Beginning with this issue, we’ve started a new editorial department that focuses strictly on the vintage engine market. This will include tech info and product offerings specifically relating to older engine designs that [...]

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