Identification of a Ford FE Cylinder Head?

Answer The FE, or Ford-Edsel, family of Ford engines included some of Ford's biggest powerhouses, including the 360, 390, 427, and 428 big blocks. Identifying the cylinder heads on these engines requires ... Read More »

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Ford 302 Cylinder Head Identification?

Identifying Ford 302 cylinder heads is a matter of locating and decoding the casting number stamped directly on the head. The 302 heads are routinely switched with those of other Ford engines, maki... Read More »

Small Block Chevy Cylinder Head Identification?

Aside from parts identification for repair purposes, many car enthusiasts want to be able to identify components for reasons of authenticity. This is particularly important in determining value for... Read More »

Ford Engine Cylinder Identification?

Cylinders are cut from the engine block to house the pistons and handle rapid piston movement. Ford offers 4, 6 and 8-cylinder engines of different sizes, cylinder numbering and firing order. Varia... Read More »

How do I Identify a Ford Cylinder Head by the Letters on the Head?

Identifying the Ford cylinder head code stamp can be quite easy, aside from the fact that certain makes must actually have the head removed to read the code, which appears on the underside of the h... Read More »