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Re: 406 FE big block

Reply #15
Like I said - it's been 15 years since I read that manual :D I mainly remembered it for the fact that the smaller 427 was more powerful than the 428 - didn't know enough about engines at the time to know why.
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Re: 406 FE big block

Reply #17
a machine shop prolly will. Speed shops are for pretty lights and expensive whistles
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Re: 406 FE big block

Reply #19
My grandfather had a montego.  I forget what year.  However it did had the 390 4bbl.