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cylinder head question for a 1984 Mustang

what cylinder heads did ford put on 1984 5.0 h.0.?

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mine had the "D80E AB" aka low compression 302 head

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I think they were the D9AE-AA head, it was used from 1979-1984. 67-70cc chambers and 1.78 intake/1.46 exhaust.

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