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Bulldog 08-12-2022 02:35 PM

Heads
 
Guys Bulldog here havenít posted in a while have some health issues going on . But was wondering if any one could give me some information on a 302 with truck cylinder heads. They are on my car it runs great has plenty of power for me but canít see any markings on heads to give me a clue about them just curious

Alfa02 08-12-2022 05:16 PM

Great talking with you last week Mike. Glad to hear the illness is better. Sorry buddy I can't help you with your heads issue, stay safe, Cheers Tom.

Sycraft 08-12-2022 09:28 PM

May have to pull a valve cover and see the casting number there

sunman 08-12-2022 10:36 PM

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Date is under valvecover and casting number is on bottom of head.

Bulldog 08-13-2022 11:53 AM

Heads
 
Thanks guys as always will do some checking; great talking to you Tom my nephew is in the shop right now putting in new rad . I am not able to help much . Tom when you get time send those gauges I will get Keith to pu them in . Thanks,

HealeyRick 08-14-2022 12:35 PM

If you are asking about "truck" heads, I'm guessing you are talking about the Ford Explorer heads that are either GT40 and GT40P heads. Here's a description: https://lmr.com/products/what-are-gt40-heads-mustang Sorry if I misunderstood your question

sunman 08-14-2022 02:39 PM

The 86-93 E7TE heads have a T cast under the valve covers.
GT40 have 3 vertical bars on end of head and GT40P have 4 bars.
The 1986 E6SE head is what I have a photo of, they were so bad with the raised valves and no valve relief pistons the E7TE truck heads were used instead and the E6SE abandoned.
Considering your build date I think you have E7TE heads with the casting number in same place as previous photo.

Sycraft 08-14-2022 08:53 PM

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here is a closeup of under valve cover

Bulldog 08-15-2022 11:36 AM

Heads
 
sunman you are right on t is under valve cover I should have mentioned that in my first post, thanks everyone, always great info from yíall


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