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What other engines could i replace my 1967 f100 352 engine with least modifications

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Don't understand the question, we have no access to engine codes, contact the dealer on this, but are you asking what engines your truck could have installed, there are about 4 diff ones.

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Depends on the size of the engine. They manufactured several engines for the large vehicles. The V8 350, V8 400 and the V8 428. These had many possible horsepower outputs depending on the cubic inch size, intake, exhaust and weather they were a "Super Duty" or High Output" engine. It could have had a 2-barrel or 4-barrel carburetor, or even a special order Tri-Power in 1967. The Tri-Power is 3 2-barrel carburetors.
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If you can locate a "Motor Auto Repair Manual" from the 1960's (1961 through 1967) it will list the engine identifications, block marking, as an example a V-8 428 "YH" engine was rated at 370hp with an automatic transmission. The manual will list a multitude of information about the full mechanical workings of those Pontiacs. I have several, they are great. These manuals list many automobile makes and models made during those years.
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1967 PONTIAC 400 ENGINE-What is the right number head for that year engine,also can I put a 1975 crank in a 67 engine block without machine work. THANKS FRANK

Pretty skimpy info there toolbox. Which engine do you have?
In 1967 Pontiac made 326, 400, and 421 engines. They all have the same main bearing size, 3.00 inches, rod size, 2.250 inches and the same stroke, 3.750 inches.
In 75, they only made the 400 and 455. The 75 400 uses the same crank but the 455 uses the same rod size but a larger 3.250 main, and 4.210 stroke.
So any year 400 crank will fit any other year 400, 389, or 350.
Google Kauffman Racing, Wallace Racing or Pontiac Dude.



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