Ford Racing 363 Cubic Inch Boss 302 Front Sump Crate Engine with 500 Horsepower.
The Ford Racing 363CID Boss 302 crate engine hits 500 horsepower without breaking sweat. It’s a tried-and-tested unit popular with Mustang enthusiasts around the world. It delivers high horsepower with a compact footprint that makes your pony car a blast to drive as you blaze down your favorite stretch of highway. With so much demand for this crate engine, CJ Pony Parts brings you the latest and greatest Mustang parts to spice up your ride. This front sump 302 engine works in Mustangs built from 1965-73, and its high output and strength will transform your Mustang into a fun, powerful, and capable muscle car.
The Ford Racing Boss 302 Crate Engine Delivers an Overall Boost in Power.
This crate engine is manufactured using only the strongest materials and individual components so you can be sure you’re getting quality for your dollar. In addition, its durable and reliable exterior is built to fit perfectly under the hood of your pony car while staying reliably supported at all times. In general, this 302 engine is the ideal motor for long-term use. Following the old Hot Rodding adage that there is no substitute for cubes, Ford Racing takes the popular 302-based stroker to the max with the 500 horsepower, Z363 crate engine. By taking the bore out to 4.125", the displacement of the popular 347 stroker has been increased to 363 cubic inches.
Combined with an improved Mahle piston, this Z363 makes 50 horsepower and 50 lb. ft. of torque more than the Z347 that it replaces. Nothing but the best parts are used inside, including a forged crankshaft, forged I-beam connecting rods with floating piston pins and a high-performance oiling system.
Built with the Boss 302 block and Z304D aluminum heads, the Z363 fits many of the vehicles originally built with a 289 or 302 8.2" deck height block. Ford Racing Engineers designed Z363 to work both on the street and the strip with a strong torque curve that delivers over 390 lb. ft. of torque from 3500 to the 6500 rpm redline. With a compression ratio of 10.0:1, the Z363 runs on unleaded premium pump gas.
*This front sump crate engine will work with 1965-1973 Mustangs. The 1979-newer Mustangs are equipped to work with rear sump engines and will require the rear sump version of this engine.
Take a look at the comprehensive specs for this engine.
Engine Specs and Features:
- 500 hp @ 6500 rpm
- 450 lb-ft @ 5300 rpm
- Engine type: 302 based small block ford
- Displacement (cu in): 363
- Bore x stroke (in): 4.125" bore x 3.400" stroke
- Block: Boss 302 8.2 deck
- Crankshaft: SCAT Forged Steel
- Connecting rods: SCAT forged steel I-beam connecting rods
- Pistons: Forged Mahle
- Camshaft type: Hydraulic Roller
- Camshaft lift (in): .580"/.602"
- Camshaft duration (@.050 in): 232/240
- Cylinder Heads (p/n M-6049-Z304DA): Ford Racing Aluminum "Z" Cylinder Heads
- Valve size (in): 2.02" intake 1.60" exhaust
- Compression ratio: 10.1:1 (nominal)
- Rocker arms: Roller Rockers
- Rocker arm ratio: 1.65:1
- Vibration Damper - Ford Racing SFI Approved
- Valve covers: Ford Racing cast aluminum black wrinkle finish w/ Boss Script (M-6582-BOSS)
- Oil pan: High performance T-sump front 7 quart capacity and windage tray/scraper
- Water pump: Edelbrock hi-performance
- Distributor: Not included
- Recommended fuel: Premium unleaded
- Ignition timing: 32 BTDC at 4,000 RPM
- Maximum recommended rpm: 6,500
- Balanced: Internal
- Intake: Not included
Please Note: Engine power rating based on long tube headers, Edelbrock intake manifold #2928 Super Victor w/ 750 Holley carb and 1" carburetor spacer.
Overall, the Ford Racing Boss 302 crate engine is an incredible piece of engineering. If you want to rework your classic pony car from the ground up, this is the best place to start. Place an order for a 302 engine with CJ Pony Parts today! If you make your purchase before 5 PM EST, we’ll even make sure your order is on the delivery truck that same evening so you can get your purchase in no time. Best of all, on most orders, we can do it all for free!
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Will this engine fit into my 1971 Mach 1
will this 363/500hp stroker work in my 89 with the stock fuel injection and distributor, it has mass air. I know it will need adjustments to run. would you have any suggestions. its just a weekend nice weather car, thanks. kevin
Will this engine work with an original stock C4 or would I need to upgrade to a beefier C4
what is the different in M-6007-Z363FT and M-6007-Z363RT
Will this engine take 15psi boost ?
will this fit in to a 64 1/2 that originally had a 289 with out modifications
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