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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-26-2011 Thread Starter
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Inline 6 without integrated intake

Are there any inline 6 cylinder heads that do not have the integrated intake that would be a direct bolt on for a 1965 inline 200?

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66 Coupe 200ci I6 Stock
66 Bronco half cab 203ci I6, CI aluminum Head and intake, Holley 390cfm 4V, Clifford header, Isky cam, KB pistons 9.7:1 comp, DSII ignition
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There are two. One is delivered stock on Australian cars and the other is an aftermarket unit the is similar to the Aussy one.
Both are very expensive and there are a couple of ways that you can get very clost to the same flow from the stock head with relatively inexpensive mods.

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Here are the flow number for the different heads:
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66 Coupe 200ci I6 Stock
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The 200 cu. in. 6 cylinder engine is a very good and reliable engine. It has 7 main bearings. Yes, you are stuck with the integrated intake manifold but there are modifications you can make to this engine. Here is a website you can check out.

Ford Six Performance Home/Index

I own a 66 coupe with the 200 cu. in. 6 cylinder and 3 speed manual transmission. It runs great in traffic and on the Interstate. With gas prices going up and up I like the idea that I get over 20 mpg. Also, at car shows I get many comments and questions on my six. Everyone has seen a 289/302 in a Mustang but many people didn't know or don't remember that many Mustangs were sold with a six cylinder engine. My opinion - keep the six and enjoy the car.

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Thanks guys. I found a Ford inline 6, (I think it was a 250) on Craigs List and the picture of it showed a removable intake on it. I was just trying to figure out what year and C.I. it was.

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Check that 6 banger again. The 200/250 did not have a removeable intake. The bigger 240/300 did but won't fit the smaller sixes.
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I drove 300 miles to pick up a 250ci engine I bought sight unseen. It was a 240 big block, so be careful. Chevy had a 250 six and gets some people confused.

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