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Y-Block Tri-power

My Dads' 272 Ford, which he has rebuilt with new cam, Weiand triple intake and 3 94's. The engine wasn't bolted down at all on the stand, so it couldn't rev too hard as it tipped a lot. Still needs headers and a later distributor with mechanical advance. Will be hooked to a 4-speed toplader.


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341ci Y-Block Running on stand!
Here is the 341 Y-block finally running on the stand, it's a little long but you Y-Block guys should like it! Enjoy!

1963 Ford Galaxie 406 Tri-Power first drive!
Taking the 406 Ford out on the open road for the first time. Learn more about the 406 at www.406ford.com

Y-Block powered FED at Famoso Raceway
This is me (Tim McMaster) and my Y-Block Ford powered front engine gas dragster Elwood. It's our first time running the 1320 at Famoso Raceway just north of Bakersfield, CA in Oct. 2010. We did fairly well for our first time out, the car ran great and had very few problems. All this on my spare pickup engine.

Y-Block Ford Rocker arm rebuild
Here you see me rebuilding a set of Y-Block Ford rocker assemblies, modifided for full pressure oiling.

1957 Ford 312 Y Block V8 Interceptor engine
1957 Ford Y block 312 Interceptor. ECZ-C block, ECZ-G heads. Engine has approximately 30 hours run time since complete overhaul. Mallory super coil, Mallory distributor, brass freeze plugs, high volume oil pump, high performance camshaft, low profile cross flow manifold with dual Carter YH carburetors. This engine is very strong and it runs perfectly. 60lbs oil pressure at idle. Engine is slated to be installed in a 1960 Arena Craft direct drive boat

Y-Block Ford V8 running Tim McMaster Pressurized rockers #2
Here is my 341ci Y-Block Ford running on a stand with an open valve cover to show that pressurizing the rocker shafts will not pool large amounts of oil in the head and flood the valve guides. This is not to show that using the overflow tubes is a bad thing, I just want to show that pressurizing is OK.

Sehr Performance Machine / Randy's 292 Ford
Randy brought his 292s to us for a build. The first one had cracks in the block and both heads. Block number two was a winner and gave us a good place to start. After getting things all cleaned up and crack checked we began bringing together his good parts and ordering what we needed to get it where Randy wanted it to end up. Scott had to do some modifications to bring this little Y block up to date. A lot of the things that are normally available for current production engines were never made for 292's and 312's so you either accept that as a fact or adapt. We chose to adapt. Oil system mods were the first order of business because the Y blocks had issues with poor oiling and we wanted it to last. Scott also did a substantial amount of work in the heads and intake to wake it up. About the last thing on board was a new MSD ignition. Randy's original equipment was just too far down the road to make it worthwhile to make it work. Randy has said that he will probably never use all the torque and horsepower that is available but it's good to know that it's there should he decide to set it free and have some fun.

1961 Ford Falcon 1
1961 Ford Falcon 1 Arrival, Engine Prep, Go Auto Classic Cars & Performance Specialist invites you to stop in and see what we can do. We specialize in mechanically restoring vehicles from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Go Auto Classic & Muscle Car Specialist Ltd provides top quality restoration and automotive repairs. Its parent company, Automotive Styling Center Ltd. has been serving Vancouver since 1955. Our head mechanic has over 35 years experience. We are also members of the S.E.M.A. Specialty Equipment Market Association. If you have a much-loved vehicle that requires some freshening up, full restoration or just want more raw horsepower, then we are the place to go. We can help you look for that dream car, or perhaps you have found the perfect classic vehicle but are fearful that it may be to perfect. Before you make your purchase, call us and we can truthfully and safely guide you to get that dream car you are looking for. We are a business build on honesty and integrity.

Rebuilt Mercury 292 Y-Block Startup
First fire-up of my 292 Y-Block that my father and I spent a year rebuilding. The opening photos are a montage of how it's looked over the past 12 months. The video doesn't include the bloopers, like the first battery that had no juice, the leaky water pump, or of course, last week's spark plug wire mixup. Engine specs: - '57 Ford ECZ-C 292 block, bored .040" over - '56 Mercury ECZ-C heads - '57 ECZ-B four-barrel intake - Edelbrock 1404 carb, 500cfm, manual choke - Crossover pipe for test purposes, but once installed in my truck, the motor will have dual Exhaust with cherry bombs. That metallic ringing sound you hear early in the video is the pulley on the generator hitting the case. The generator is just there for belt tension. Enjoy ...

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Lifted 1960 Ford 4X4 F100 Headers 292 Y-Block Start and Drive
Here is my new project, 1960 Ford 4x4 half ton. Still needs hubs, driveline, and transfer case. This used to be a 1 ton 2wd, check out my previous videos on it.

Y-Block Ford V8 for my Front Engine Dragster.

This engine has had some special modern day upgrades and here are some parts and techniques used... --1956 ECZ-A 292 Block Bored out to 3.80, Lifter Bores Channeled for Better Oiling --312 Crank with Mains Turned to fit 292 Specs at 2.498. Oil Slinger left in place --Probe I-Beam Rods with Probe Forged Pistons --Clay Smith Cam #C272, .464 lift, 224 Duration @ .050 .108* Lobe Seperation --Entire Rotating Assy Balanced --Smith Bros. Moly Push Rods --Dove 1.6 Roller Rockers --113 Heads with Stainless 2.02/1.60 Valves 3 Angle Grind --Blue Thunder Intake with Holley 1850 4 BBL Carb. 600 CFM --Double Roller Timing Chain

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1961 Ford Starliner 390 V8 3x2 Carbs
I thought you'd like a look at this very cool 1961 Ford Starliner hardtop. It's a great looking car all the way around and it's powered by the big 390 V8 with triple carbs. Hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching! Filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton IL Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010 1961 Ford Starliner vintage classic collector car rare hot rod high performance 390 V8 muscle car rat rod show triple carbs restored custom Country Classic Cars Staunton IL Jeff RamblinAround Rambling vlog hd partner

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