Offenhauser?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by BigRed87, Feb 18, 2004.

  1. BigRed87

    BigRed87

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    I was talking to a guy about building a 350 for my 60 when he told me he put an offenhauser kit on a similar setup as my stock 2F, that got rid of alot of the vacuum lines, it included a new cam, carburater and intake. Do they make these for 60's or what?
     
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    It is for the 2F, which if you still have a Toyota engine under the hood, odds on, it is a 2F.

    This would work for your application, as would the cam. Worth it? Don't think that I would drop the money on it, but that is just me...I think that the cash spent on that, would be better spent on a 350, if that is the kind of power that you are looking for. A 2F hopped up to the max, will not for an extended period of time(read longevity) perform like a 350 would.

    Good luck!

    -Steve
     
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