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classic8
    
just bought a 64 cyclone with k-code 289 and was trying to find the hp rating.
i did some research and it is either 210 or 271 but some say the 271 was only available in ford models and is called hi-po 289. also how can i tell if it is the original motor? i know ford casting numbers and these all start with c4 and the tag at the temp sender says 289-64.also i know that 7454 cyclones were made in 64-is there a site or link where i can find out how many were made with my particular options? any info will help. thank you for your time.
posted: May 22, 2011
 
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210 at 4400 rpm 9 to 1 compression, 2barrel carb.used in cyclones. source standard catalogue of american cars
posted:  May 22, 2011
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was in hurry last night did not do all research .the cyclone also used the 271 hp engine is a 4 barrel carb.valve covers had decal saying special.casting # on early heads is c3oe6090f on engines built before 3/26/64.do not have casting # for later but part #is c5oz6049a. the 271 hp engine had solid lifters and larger valves. an interesting note showed a team of cyclones with 271 hp engines traveled over 100,000 miles at a speed in excess of 100 miles per hour.the early engines had 5 bolts that held bellhousing to engine ,and a generator.in 65 they had 6 and used an altenator.
posted:  May 23, 2011
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