Product Summary

302, Long Block Crate Engine Type, 350 ft./lbs. Torque

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    Ineligible for Return

    Contains items that cannot be returned


    True Blue Power! BluePrints pro engine builders are enthusiasts just like you and it shows in the quality and performance of every engine they build. Each BluePrint crate engine is carefully dyno tested and ships with printed, proven results. If you’re looking serious horsepower at an affordable price, BluePrint Engines is the choice for you!

    • 370 HP/350 FT Lbs
    • 9.5:1 Compression Ratio
    • Ford 302


    • Hand-picked seasoned
    • Square and parallel decked
    • Align honed main bearing bore
    • Cylinders honed on computer controlled machine to within .0002 straightness and roundness
    • Cylinders are sonic tested for thickness
    • 2-Bolt Main
    • 4.000" Bored .040" Over
    • 1-Piece Rear Main Seal
    • Mech fuel pump provision: Yes

    Rotating Assembly

    • Ford, machined and balanced by BluePrint Engines
    • 3.000" Stroke
    • Upgraded 5.090" connecting rods w/ 150,000 psi bolts
    • Hypereutectic pistons
    • Cast Steel Crankshaft
    • 50oz External balance

    Cylinder Heads

    • BluePrint Aluminum Cylinder Heads -HP9009
    • 60cc chamber
    • 2.02" intake/1.60" exhaust valves
    • 190cc intake/60cc exhaust runners

    Cam Specs

    • Roller Cam
    • .543 Intake / .554 Exhaust
    • 218 Intake / 226 Exhaust Duration @ .050 - 112 Degree Lobe Separation

    Ignition Timing

    • 10-16 degrees initial, 32-34 total

    Also Includes

    • Dual Sump Oil Pan
    • Valve Covers
    • Timing Cover
    • Dyno test results shipped with engine


    • 30 month / 50,000 mile


    • Painted Ford Blue
    • Recommended Oil: BPP710 BluePrint Engines Crate Engine Break-In Oil
    • Recommended Stall Converter: 1800-2200
    • Recommended Fuel: 91 Octane
    • Engine requires a V-belt standard rotation water pump and belt system
    • Engine timing cover is designed for standard rotation water pump ONLY

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