BluePrint BP3472CTC Ford 347 Stroker, Dressed Engine, Cast Iron Heads
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Ford 347 Stroker - Dressed Engine - Cast Iron Heads - Flat Tappet Cam
Note: fuel lines shown to carburetor are NOT included and would need to be purchased separately
- HP & Torque: 330 HP / 380 FT LBS
- Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
- Cast Iron Heads
- Flat Tappet Cam
- Cast Steel Crank
- Part #: BP3472CTC
- Hand picked seasoned 1986-1995 blocks bored .040 over
- 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
- New cast steel crankshaft
- Forged I beam rods
- Hypereutectic pistons
- Hastings Moly rings
- Balanced rotating assembly
- Melling high volume oil pump
- Flat tappet hydraulic lifter camshaft
- Heavy duty double roller timing set
- Modified Ford cast iron heads
- Hardened retainers and springs
- 1.94 swirl polished intake valves
- 1.60 swirl polished exhaust valves
- Hardened push rods
- Cam Type: Flat Tappet
- .496 Intake .520 Exhaust
- 224 Intake / 234 Exhaust duration
- @ .050 - 110 degree lobe separation
- 34 degrees total at 3500 RPM
- Dual plane satin aluminum intake manifold
- 600 cfm carburetor
- HEI Distributor
- Valve covers, Oil Pan and Timing Cover
- Harmonic Balancer
- Fuel Pump
- Comes with 30 month / 50,000 mile warranty
- 30 month / 50,000 mile
This engine requires a 28oz weighted flexplate/flywheel.BluePrint Engines recommends a 1800- 2200 rpm stall converter.Firing order for this engine is 1,3,7,2,6,5,4,8
Warranty Information (PDF)
- This product is discontinued.
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