Cleveland Engine Specs?

Answer The Ford Motor Company's Cleveland V8 engines belong to the 335 Series of V8s produced at Ford's Cleveland, Ohio, plant from 1969 to 1974. The 351 Cleveland V8 should not be confused with Ford's 35... Read More »

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Ford 351 Cleveland Specs?

Ford first produced the 351 Cleveland, sometimes referred to as the "351 C" or simply as the "Cleveland," in 1970. Although it shared the same displacement as the 351 Windsor, the engines were rema... Read More »

How to Replace the Spark Plugs on a 351 Cleveland Engine?

The 351 Cleveland, a large V8 engine common in older model cars, has eight spark plugs (four on both sides of the engine). The spark plugs ignite the gasoline inside the engine, so if one spark plu... Read More »

W12 Engine Specs?

The W12 engine gets its name from its "W"-shaped design and 12-cylinder-piston internal combustion. This 6-liter engine, used in Volkswagen and Audi automobiles, made its debut in the 1997 Volkswag... Read More »

496 Ci Engine Specs?

The 496 Ci Engine is a top-notch Chevy engine designed for motor boats. The Big Block Chevy (BBC) model is a large, high-performing engine with 496 cubic inches. Adjustments are done by adding and ... Read More »