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Old 09-14-2018, 03:46 PM
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OT 351w with GT-40 (or 40p) heads

I know its not jeep but I am putting it in my Cherokee, the 351w. Its a non-roller block, 93 I think. Found a set of GT40 and 40p heads in a local junk yard, which one would be better then the stock heads. Not really looking for huge hp, just want better breathing engine.

If I go GT40 or(40p) heads, keep the non roller cam/lifters or do the retro fit to the roller rockers

Also don't know if I want to try and rebuild the MPFI using the Explorer upper intake or just get a 650 Holley with a Edelbrock duel plane 4 bbl intake. Or use the cheby TBI set up I got. I also found a 80's ford LTD with the 5.0 and a real low upper intake.

thanks for any input.
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