I'll agree if were talking totally stock engines due to the cylinder heads.It still depends on which cleveland we are talking about though.My stepbrother had a 72 mach 1 with the 2v cleveland and it was a dog..If were going with new aluminium heads I'll take the windsor anyday..The blocks hold up well and they are much more plentiful than the the clevelands...There is so much aftermarket stuff for the windsors you can build them anyway you want.TwinTurboMach1 said:The C is far superior to the 351w
Thanks, but I think I'll be okay.if you want to know about the 351C join the 335 series engine forum.
Some 302 use 157 tooth flywheel, some 302 use 164 tooth (truck applications IIRC), 351W and 351C both use 164 tooth although some light duty installations of the 351W may have had a 157 tooth.67duskrose said:C vs W motor mounts are the same, however, you do have to watch flywheel types, since windsors use the 157 tooth flywheel and if I'm not mistaken the cleveland uses a 164 tooth wheel?
I think the flywheel type would only affect which starter is used.
Just something to think about when swapping around 302/351 stuff with clevelands.