Ford Racing 347 Cubic Inch Sealed Crate Engine with 415 Horsepower.Ford Sealed Racing Engines are built to professional racing series standards and deliver reliable lasting performance. These aren't built from repackaged production parts but real racing parts like Forged Crank, Rods and Pistons with full floating piston pins. Based on the Ford Racing BOSS 302 block these engines deliver reliable and consistent performance lap after lap.
-347 cubic inches - 4.030" bore - 3.400" stroke
-415 hp @ 6000 rpm 400 lb-ft @ 4900 rpm (with headers, and a 650 CFM Holley carburetor not included)
-10:1 Compression ratio (nominal)
-SCAT forged crankshaft
-SCAT forged steel cap screw connecting rods
-Mahle forged pistons with floating pins
-Hydraulic roller camshaft M-6250-F303, .528'' lift intake and exhaust, duration at .050" is 226 degrees intake and exhaust
-Double roller timing chain set M-6268-A302
-High-performance 7 quart rear sump circle track oil pan
-Ford Racing aluminum "Z" cylinder heads M-6049-Z304DA with 2.02" intake valves and 1.60" exhaust valves
-1.65 ratio roller rocker arms
-Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake manifold M-9424-D302
-Edelbrock Water Pump
-SFI approved balancer
-MSD billet distributor
-Ford Racing polished aluminum Circle Track valve covers M-6582-CT
-High volume oil pump
-Engine is sealed for circle track competition where rules allow
-Engine weight as equipped is 431 lbs. (includes 7 quarts of oil)
-Flywheel is not included INSTALLATION NOTES: See engine installation and tuning tips on page 40. Some or all of the following items may need to be changed from your original engine or modified for proper installation:
-This engine has a rear sump performance oil pan and pickup, regular rotation timing cover and regular rotation water pump, and non-EFI valve covers. Depending on your application, a different timing cover, water pump, performance oil pan and pickup may be required. See installation notes
-Fuel pump eccentric M-6287-B302 installed, allows use of mechanical fuel pump
-A standard rotation water pump is installed on the engine. Other applications may require different water pumps and timing chain covers found on pages 97-98.
-The damper M-6316-C351 with counterweight removed, may require a spacer for pulley alignment, see page 85.
-The flywheel M-6375-D302 not included should work for most 157-tooth manual transmission applications. For other transmission applications use the proper "0" balance flywheel, see pages 127-128.
-Shipping weight approximately 475 lbs.
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is it possible to plop this 347 415 horse in my 1997 ford f150 truck?
Anything is possible! With that being said - using the correct motor mounts, exhaust setup, transmission, drive-train and engine management with a little fabrication you could in theory put this engine in anything. We do not sell the parts to make that happen and have no direct knowledge or guidance to give pertaining to swapping this engine into a 1997 F150.
Date published: 2015-10-27
hi on most web sites they say this engine is a circle track engine can this motor be used for street purpose or has the power been configured for a circle track thanks joe
This engine can be used wherever and however you see fit. It is purely configured to deliver and not for a specific reason. The reason some site list this as a circle track engine is because this is what they call a "sealed" engine. Meaning, it uses special fasteners and labels that will show if the engine has been opened as some circle track racing requires a specific and untouched motor.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Warranty and shipping cost uk
Most crate engines are covered under a limited 12-month/12,000-mile warranty from Ford Racing. Shipping can be calculated by adding this to your shopping cart and heading to checkout. In checkout, fill out your address info and scroll down to see shipping options and costs to your area.
Date published: 2015-08-09
I own a 65 fastback and am trying to decide whether to go with this 347 or restomod it with the 5.0l. I want reliability and driveability but also want it to sound very tough? Any advice would be appreciated thank you
Both are going to offer fantastic driveability and reliability, and sound really great (especially when paired with an aftermarket exhaust). Installs are going to be comparable, though the 347 might be a bit simpler. We have experience with the 5.0L on our Project 50/30 and that took some modifications to fit...search our YouTube channel to see those videos.
Date published: 2015-08-24
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