FORD 460 CUBIC INCH BOSS SHORT BLOCK - WINDSOR SB BASED
Part Number: M-6009-460 | $5,195.00
- BUILD IT YOUR WAY WITH FORD RACING SHORT BLOCKS
- Want to build a powerful Ford engine for your vintage muscle car, street rod, Fox-body or late-model Mustang? A Ford Racing short block is the perfect foundation. Ford Racing Engineers have taken care of the toughest part of building a new engine by designing a strong a durable short block that offers a wide range of power possibilities. We use only the best parts for our short blocks, like a forged steel crankshaft, forged H-beam connecting rods with floating piston pins, forged Mahle pistons, and the Ford Racing BOSS block. And every Ford Racing short block is hand assembled in the U.S. with performance clearances - these aren't assembly line truck engines made by machines!
- Engine Specs:
- Engine type: 351 based small block Ford
- Displacement (cu in): 460
- Bore x stroke (in): 4.150" bore x 4.250" stroke
- Block: Boss 351 9.5" deck
- Crankshaft: SCAT® Forged Steel
- Connecting Rods: SCAT® forged steel H-beam 6.125-inch length connecting rods
- Pistons: Forged Mahle® w/ floating wrist pin 30cc dish, 1.245 comp. height
- Balanced: Internal – use neutral balance flywheel; M-6316-D302
- Hydraulic roller camshaft compatible
- Recommended cylinder head fasteners: M-6065-BOSS head bolts, M-6014-BOSS head studs
- Most aftermarket performance cylinder heads are compatible with this short block. Ford Racing short blocks are built with pistons designed for 20° valve angle heads and will fit stock or spread valve guide centerlines.
- Designed for M-6049-X306//X307/Z304DA/Z304DA7 cylinder heads. Not designed for production 302/351W or M-6049-Y302/Y303/X302/X303/X304/X305 cylinder heads
- Assembled and ready for your heads, cam and timing chain set
- Requires head gaskets M-6051-R351
- Built with all NEW PARTS
- Photo and specs may vary
RPM Price: $5,195.00
- This part has been designed and is intended for off-highway application only. Installation of this part on a vehicle that is driven on public roads may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations relating to emission requirements and motor vehicle safety standards.