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We purchased our 302 from you a short time ago.  I would like to thank you all for helping us get our 1965 Mustang completed.  It runs great and is a blast to drive.  It turned out exactly how I hoped it would.  We have already done the first 500 mile oil change.  Here are the pictures I promised.  

Mustang Eleanor Customer 418w / 515 HP

Thursday, 04 June 2009 by

Edwin The Netherlands –

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33 Hotrod rolling chassis

Wednesday, 03 June 2009 by

Here are a couple of pictures of my 33 Hotrod rolling chassis. The engine started on the first turn of the key!

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Tuesday, 27 January 2009 by


In my 351w they used a roller Comp Cam and a Dynagear double roller timing set, I started with a base 351w 400hp package, and I upgraded quite a few things… roller rockers w/larger studs, polished air gap manifold, vic jr heads, Canton pan w/windage tray, hardened oil pump rod, etc. 

’33 Hot Rod Factory Five Racing Poland

Sunday, 04 January 2009 by

Driver Magazine about American cars. Issued in Poland. Article about 33’Hot Rod Factory Five Racing using: 427w/538hp

Washington State Mustang

Sunday, 28 December 2008 by

Doug – Washington State

Help with the V8 conversion

Wednesday, 05 September 2007 by

Thanks for all the help with the V8 conversion.  I purchased the 350hp 302 for my 1965 coupe and couldn’t be happier!  Sounds amazing through long tubes and flowmasters

302/350 H.P. for my 1969 Mustang

Thursday, 24 June 2004 by

To the guys at the Engine Factory,

Two years ago I purchased a 302/350 H.P. for my 1969 Mustang and I must
say it has given life to my ride.  Out on the