Ford 300 six build- first run
This is the initial run of my 300 six build. It's got a Clifford intake,
500 cfm Edelbrock 4 barrel, Crane 901 torque cam, split EFI manifolds,
Cloyes adjustable timing set in advanced position, 9.0:1 compression with
~.038 quench, mild port, smoothed chambers with clearance around Exhaust valve and all necessary machine work.
Should be approaching 400 lb ft torque.
Ford F100, 300, new lopey cam
Just put in the new cam last week. Sounds pretty lopey for a 6. It's a
274* adv duration, and .518"lift with the GM 292 rockers(.474 with stock
300 rockers). Power range is great after 2k rpm, and I only paid $135 for
the cam and lifters. Oregon Cam Grinding part #1268. 224* at .050" lift,
and 110* lobe separation.
Ford 300, open header, 274 cam lope
Open header and choppy idle. The cam specs: 274*advertised duration, 224 at
.050 lift, 110 lobe separation, and .518 lift with the GM 292 rockers.
Everything else is stock on the inside.
1967 Ford F100 Pickup Performance Six 2
I search all the time for people doing performance-ish work on their I6's
and it's kinda hard to find in comparison to V8's. So I thought I'd show
you what mine is like. I peaked my Rpm's around 4400. Refer to my first
vid for more information about my pickup.
300 Straight 6 Ford Dyno Run
1988 F150 short bed, 4x4 4 speed, built up 300-6cyl. I think the numbers
were 145HP at the wheels, and 240? Torque.
Bored, stroked, carb, and headman headers.
(NOT MY TRUCK) this was at Fine Tuning in Toledo Ohio July 4th I think,
during the week long IDI get together.
79' Ford 300 6 Cylinder Custom Manifold
Our 1979 Ford F150 with the 300 Inline 6-Cylinder. Has a custom fabricated
intake manifold supporting THREE one barrels. Also has Clifford Performance
Headers with dual Thrush glasspacks turned out in front of the rear wheels.
Ford 300, 274 cam, straight pipe
Just for fun I took off the mufflers, and welded in some pipe in their
place. It's got Hedman header, to dual 2" pipes, then after the point of
mufflers it necks down to 1.75". The pipes end just behind the axle.