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Old 06-22-2014, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default is ther full video tutorial of 302 revamp?

hi guys,

is there any videos like a DVD or something that explains how to rebuild step by step from scratch a 302 with explanations on parts and such?

if no then here is an idea for anyone who has some decent teaching talents and knows 302

I don't mind buying the video I'm not talking about just youtube.

I would like to learn about it and eventually build my own from scratch... yes I'm motivated or maybe stupid lol
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Old 06-22-2014, 04:36 PM   #2
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If you have NO experience you may be better off to start with a $100 junk yard motor and a basic engine building book. That's basically what my shop class in high school did.

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I haven't read that book, but it looks basic!
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Old 06-22-2014, 06:25 PM   #3
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thanks man I'm not too much of a book person that,s why I'm looking for some decent video on rebuilding 302 but maybe there is nothing out there I would not be surprised.

there is a very good series of building engines part 1 to 8 or so this guy really knows his thing but he's building high perf. engines... similar idea it's just an engine but I wanted to know if there way something specific to the 302 out there.

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Technical books don't count as real books.

If you insist on a movie... Basic Engine Building:

Amazon.com: Basic Engine Building: Brent Bye: Movies & TV Amazon.com: Basic Engine Building: Brent Bye: Movies & TV

That's the best I could find. Correctly building an engine takes hours so I can't imagine a video being all that thorough.

Books are good for you... especially this one (talks mostly about factory vehicles and ancient mods buts its an excellent resource):

The Official Ford Mustang 5.0: Technical Reference & Performance Handbook, 1979-1993: Al Kirschenbaum: 9780837602103: Amazon.com: Books The Official Ford Mustang 5.0: Technical Reference & Performance Handbook, 1979-1993: Al Kirschenbaum: 9780837602103: Amazon.com: Books
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