Ford Performance Crate Engine 460 CID Boss 351 Block 575 HP Front Sump

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Ford Performance: M-6007-Z460FFT
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Ford Performance Crate Engine 460 CID Boss 351 Block 575 HP Front Sump
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Product Description

Ford Performance 575 Horsepower 460 Cubic Inch Crate Engine with a Boss 351 Block and Front Sump Oil Pan.

Big blocks are so large that they can be difficult to fit in your Mustang's engine bay. Now you can get big block displacement in a small block package. Ford Performance's Z460 crate engine is the biggest small block Windsor crate engine ever created. The large cubic inch displacement motor pumps out 575 HP and 575 TQ. The foundation of the Z460 is Ford Performance's, formerly Ford Racing, legendary Boss 351 block with premium internal components from the best aftermarket companies. A SCAT forged steel crankshaft, SCAT forged H-beam connecting rods, forged Mahle pistons and Clevite bearings offer high strength and durability to contain the massive amounts of horsepower and torque. The engine is topped off with high port/high flow Ford Performance Z-Heads. Every Ford Performance Z460 engine is hand assembled in the US with strict performance clearances.

Engine Specs and Features:
- Ford Boss 351 block with 9.5" deck height
- Displacement: 460 cubic inches
- Bore x Stroke: 4.150" x 4.250"
- SCAT forged steel crankshaft
- SCAT 6.125" forged steel H-beam connecting rods
- Mahle forged pistons with floating wrist pins
- Camshaft type: Hydraulic roller
- Camshaft lift: .594"/.618"
- Camshaft duration (@ 0.050"): 242&deg/248&deg
- Ford Racing M-6049-Z304DA aluminum "Z" cylinder heads
- Valve size: 2.02" intake/1.60" exhaust
- Compression ratio: 10.0:1
- Rocker arms: Ford Racing M-6562-F31 roller rocker arms
- Rocker arm ratio: 1.65:1
- Vibration damper: Ford Racing M-6316-D302 SFI approved
- Valve covers: Ford Racing cast aluminum painted silver
- Oil pan: Steel deep front sump (9 quart) pan with louvered windage tray and crankshaft scraper
- Water pump: Ford Racing M-8501-G351 - long type - standard rotation
- Ford Racing M-9439-A50 intake manifold gaskets
- Premium unleaded fuel required
- Ignition timing: 32&deg at 4,000 RPM
- Maximum recommended RPM: 5,600 RPM
- Internally balanced: Neutral
- Recommended intake: Edelbrock Part # 2924 Super Victor (Not included)
- New oil pump and water pump
- Engine power ratings achieved with Edelbrock Super Victor intake, Holley 850 CFM carburetor, long tube headers
- Depending on your application, a different timing cover, water pump, performance oil pan and pickup may be required

Installation Notes:
- Includes a performance oil pan and pick-up, standard rotation timing chain cover, M-8501-G351 standard rotation water pump and non-EFI valve covers
- M-6059-D351 timing chain cover will work with most standard rotation water pumps.
- Crankshaft damper M-6416-D302 may require a spacer for pulley alignment
- Flywheel not included. The engine is neutrally balanced
- Firing order: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 (5.0L HO and 351W firing order)

*Distributor not included. Steel distributor gear required.
*Flywheel not included. Neutral balanced flywheel required.

Order this Ford Performance 575 Horsepower 460 Cubic Inch Crate Engine with a Boss 351 Block and Front Sump Oil Pan from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Product Questions

Would this crate engine be suitable in a jet boat application?

Asked by: Jetty
This engine will be just as suitable for a jet boat application as would any original Ford 351 or even the Ford big blocks (subject to the jet mounting to the Ford Big/Small block bold pattern). Be sure to fit the most appropriate impeller and jet unit to suit the power, torque and RPM characteristics of this 460CI engine. The manufacturer or supplier of the jet propulsion unit can best recommend this. This 460CI engine is a powerful but low revving engine and the impeller and jet unit size should best take advantage of this type of power delivery characteristics (relative to the type and size of the boat), so that the optimum top speed, acceleration, cruise speed and economy can be achieved.
Answered by: Dave427
Date published: 2017-01-30

Will this engine fit into a 1970 mustang mach 1 with standard suspension? The car came with a 351 and I was trying to understand the major difference between this motor and the standard 351

Asked by: ancewlin
Externally, there are absolutely no differences in external dimensions between this 460CI engine and the 351 Windsor that came in the 1970 Mustang. However, if you fit the Edelbrock Super Victor intake manifold as Ford Performance recommends, it could result in the carby sitting a little higher than what the original carby would have sat back in 1970. If you use an appropriate aftermarket air cleaner, this engine will still fit comfortably under the bonnet. With respect to your original suspension in the 1970 Mustang, this 460CI engine will weigh less than the original 351W because it uses Aluminum components, such as heads, intake manifold and water pump, where the equivalent ones used in 1970 were made of cast iron. Either way, you cannot lose with this engine, it will fit right in and go like stink!
Answered by: Dave427
Date published: 2017-01-22

I'm looking to replace the current 302 that's in my 1971 Bronco. Will it fit with the front end sump pump oil pan...not conflict with the front axle and drive shaft?

Asked by: ChrisLA
You would have to change the pan and pick-up to a rear sump.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-01-19

Since this is based on a small block, would it fit in a first-gen 1979 Fox body?

Asked by: Husker53
Yes it would.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-01-17

its possible to instal a supercharged kit on it for additional HP?

Asked by: John0330
Absolutely. We may not offer one or be able to advise you on that purchase, but I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to install a supercharger on this engine.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-01-09

Which transmission would work with this, a C4 or a C6? Also, I have a '67 coupe with a 289/C4, will my motor mounts be sufficient, and if not which ones would I need?

Asked by: JohnEJo
Either transmission will work. The motor mounts will work although if they are old you may want to replace them with new ones. You could use these stock replacement mounts, http://www.cjponyparts.com/motor-mount-289-302-351w-351c-11-1-1965-1972/p/MM2257/, or these polyurethane mounts, http://www.cjponyparts.com/polyurethane-motor-mount-set-289-302-351-1965-1972/p/MM503/
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-01-03

Does this engine come with the option for rear sump. I have a 1967 Fastback with TCI front and rear suspension which requires rear sump. Thank You!

Asked by: Crankie Frankie
See P/N: M6007Z460FRT
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-12-23

Planning on putting this in my 67 coupe. Also wanting to put a 871 BDS blower on it. Would I use a blower for a 460, or a 351? 

Asked by: HPDave
Hello HPDave, a Roots type supercharger from BDS or any other supplier for this engine would require a blower manifold designed for a 351 Windsor engine with a 9.5" deck height. Lucas Motorsports reply is correct about needing a lower static compression ratio when adding boost. This engine comes with some very impressive internal parts such as the forged pistons/rods/crank assembly but the 10:1 compression ratio might be a little too high as a starting point for any type of forced induction system. It can be done but the drive ratio on the blower would have to be kept conservative so the PSI level wouldn't reach potentially damaging levels. Good luck ! 
Answered by: analogDan
Date published: 2016-12-08
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