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BluePrint 302 Ford Hot Rod Crate Engine w/ Front Sump Pan

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Specs
Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Roller Tappet
Piston Material:
Hypereutectic Aluminum
Crankshaft Material:
Cast Steel
Cylinder Head Material:
Cast Iron
Crate Engine Type:
Deluxe Crate Engine
Warranty:
30 month/50,000 mile
Maximum RPM:
5600
Torque:
320+
Horsepower:
300+
Engine Displacement:
302
BluePrint 302 Ford Hot Rod Crate Engine w/ Front Sump Pan
BluePrint 302 Ford Hot Rod Crate Engine w/ Front Sump Pan
BluePrint 302 Ford Hot Rod Crate Engine w/ Front Sump Pan

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Q & A (42)

What's in the Box

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Need a new engine for your Blue Oval ride? This Speedway exclusive crate motor will work great in your street rod or classic pickup truck. Machined and assembled at BluePrint Engines, each engine is dyno tested and includes the dyno sheet. Has a 30 month/50,000 mile manufacturer's warranty.

Dyno Sheet (PDF)  (Note: This sheet represents one example engine. Your individual engine may differ slightly.) 

  • 300+ Horsepower @ 5300
  • 320+ ft lbs @ 3800
  • Hand picked .040" over seasoned block
  • Squared and parallel decked
  • Align honed main bearing bore
  • Cylinders computer honed to within .0002"
  • Cylinders sonic tested
  • Brass freeze plugs
  • 9.6-1 compression ratio
  • Premium cast 2MAE crankshaft - ground 10/10
  • Balanced rotating assembly
  • Harmonic balancer
  • Melling hi-volume oil pump
  • Chrome front sump oil pan
  • Hyd. Roller camshaft .543 int./.554 exh. lift, 218 int./226 exh. duration @ .050, 112° lobe separation
  • H.D. double roller timing chain
  • Timing cover w/ dipstick hole
  • Modified Ford E7TE cast iron heads
  • 1.94" swirl polished intake valves
  • 1.60" swirl polished exhaust valves
  • Hardened retainers and springs
  • Hardened pushrods
  • Finned aluminum valve covers and breathers
  • Polished aluminum dual plane 4bbl intake manifold
  • Distributor installed and timing set
  • Automatic transmission 157 tooth flexplate included (not installed)

Learn more about these crate engines by reading our article, "Building a Better SBF" as featured in Custom Classic Trucks Magazine.

Crate Engine Installation Guide (PDF)

Truck Freight Shipping Charges Apply - click here for details.

Warranties

For information on BluePrint Engines warranty Click Here.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT:

Bob
Verified Purchaser
Fairfield CA.

Great engine for a great price.

June 23, 2015
Will be installed in my 54 Mercury to replace a tired 289. Looks great in the engine compartment. Well dressed with intake, valve covers and of course the blue paint. I would like a smaller distributor since the electronic is very big and stands out too much.
Pros:
  • Looks Great In Any Vehicl
Cons:
  • The Distributor Is Big
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Roym58
Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Great SBF Engine for the Money"

December 07, 2010
Great SBF engine for the money, you can use it for your next Hot Rod or put it in your classic ford - Falcon, Fairlane, commit or Galaxie to give it more power
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

42 questions : 43 answers

1 answers

1962 Ford F100 Flareside Engine/Trans combo fit question I have a 1962 Ford F100 Flareside pickup. It had a 223 CID 6-cyl and I want to swap to this 302 engine and a C4 street king transmission. I have the Mustang II type IFS with bags and a bagged 4-link. I assume I will still need a rear sump pan. Any fit problems with this combo?

Oldracerjones
Chico, TX 76431, USA
January 21, 2015

1962 Ford F100 Flareside Engine/Trans combo fit question I have a 1962 Ford F100 Flareside pickup. It had a 223 CID 6-cyl and I want to swap to this 302 engine and a C4 street king transmission. I have the Mustang II type IFS with bags and a bagged 4-link. I assume I will still need a rear sump pan. Any fit problems with this combo?

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January 21, 2015
EricM
You will need the 302 with the rear sump pan number 9153210 and motor mounts 91018045 or 91018033-FORD could be used. For the transmission mount number 7204714 with the C4 cushion should finish the transplant.
1 answers

I have a 65 galaxie with a 289 with a cruise o matic. Will this engine match up to the cruise o matic ? When will it be back in stock?

bertwfd
Wisconsin, USA
January 03, 2015

I have a 65 galaxie with a 289 with a cruise o matic. Will this engine match up to the cruise o matic ? When will it be back in stock?

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January 07, 2015
EricM
Up thru mid 66 to late 66 the trans was a 5 bolt to the block and from then on was a 6 bolt. There are adapter plates to mate the early trans to the later 302 blocks as the pattern is different. Sorry we do not offer this adapter.
1 answers

Replacement Moor for 1974 F100 Original Motor in this truck was a 302. Will this motor work while using the original water pump, AC compressor, power sterring pump and alternator? Also I have a 3 speed manual transmission and want to be sure bell housing and fly wheel (stamped C7TE-A) will work. What options for carborator for this engine. Has 3.25 rear end gear ratio and 15" tires.

rrsanders18
South Carolina, USA
September 07, 2014

Replacement Moor for 1974 F100 Original Motor in this truck was a 302. Will this motor work while using the original water pump, AC compressor, power sterring pump and alternator? Also I have a 3 speed manual transmission and want to be sure bell housing and fly wheel (stamped C7TE-A) will work. What options for carborator for this engine. Has 3.25 rear end gear ratio and 15" tires.

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September 09, 2014
EricM
The Blueprint 302 is the newer 81 and up block or Fox block. It utilizes 50 oz. external balance as compared with your earlier 28 ounce. You would need to get the later flywheel to use your clutch and bellhousing. Other components should work and for carburetor a 600 or 625 will be more than sufficient for the cubic inch.
1 answers

What 302 Engine best fits a 1962 Mercury Comet S-22? I'm looking for a hot rod engine, lots of power and torque, but I'm not sure what front sump engine should I be looking at this time.

Rocketman65
Illinois
August 13, 2014

What 302 Engine best fits a 1962 Mercury Comet S-22? I'm looking for a hot rod engine, lots of power and torque, but I'm not sure what front sump engine should I be looking at this time.

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August 15, 2014
EricM
Your Comet shows to have a front sump pan so part number 9153200 would have the correct oil pan.
1 answers

Is there a way to see a video on this 302 Engine?

Gearz302
February 03, 2014

Is there a way to see a video on this 302 Engine?

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February 03, 2014
EricM
Sorry I do not have any videos of this engine at this time.
1 answers

As per the last 2 questions....do you folks sell the correct 50oz. flywheel for use with a clutch, and can this be substituted for the flex plate? I am converting a 1964 Mercury Comet 202 6cyl,3 speed to a small block 4 speed. I have a complete engine and t10 setup but I am considering this engine,instead of rebuilding the 289. My flywheel has been resurfaced but I don't know how much it weighs.

danrox
Anderson, IN, USA
January 06, 2014

As per the last 2 questions....do you folks sell the correct 50oz. flywheel for use with a clutch, and can this be substituted for the flex plate? I am converting a 1964 Mercury Comet 202 6cyl,3 speed to a small block 4 speed. I have a complete engine and t10 setup but I am considering this engine,instead of rebuilding the 289. My flywheel has been resurfaced but I don't know how much it weighs.

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January 07, 2014
EricM
Sorry I do not have the correct 50 ounce flywheel for your application. You will need to determine if yours is a 28 or 50 ounce and either use it or new flywheels are typically available at a local auto parts store.
1 answers

What is the firing order for this engine? Engine is started, but not running very smooth. All plugs/wires are good (plugs gapped and wires ohm correct), however wanted to check if firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 or 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 on this engine? I have it as 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. Thank you!

Jeff6895
Lincoln
May 23, 2013

What is the firing order for this engine? Engine is started, but not running very smooth. All plugs/wires are good (plugs gapped and wires ohm correct), however wanted to check if firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 or 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 on this engine? I have it as 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. Thank you!

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May 24, 2013
EricM
This engine uses the 351W firing order of 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8.
1 answers

What intake brand is on this engine

PatRoy
April 24, 2013

What intake brand is on this engine

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April 25, 2013
Jason
The 302 Ford crate engine comes with a Professional Products intake manifold
1 answers

will this fit in a 54 F-100 without significant problems? Should I go front or rear sump? What other parts will need to be purchased?

johnh012159
Gilbert, AZ, USA
March 05, 2013

will this fit in a 54 F-100 without significant problems? Should I go front or rear sump? What other parts will need to be purchased?

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March 06, 2013
Jason
The 320 crate engine will fit your application, if you have the original leaf spring front end either front or rear sump pan should work. If you have installed a Mustang II style or Nova style front end then the rear sump would be required.
1 answers

will the oil pan on this engine fit my mustang II front suspenion . Or will i have to buy another type oil pan

elvis
California, USA
February 24, 2013

will the oil pan on this engine fit my mustang II front suspenion . Or will i have to buy another type oil pan

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February 26, 2013
Jason
When putting a 302 Ford in a vehicle with a Mustang II front end normally you will need a rear sump oil pan and the correct number for the crate engine is number 9153210.
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