332 cubic inch (1958 – 1959)
- Compression ratio 9.5:1
- Bore and stroke of 4.00X3.30
- two-barrell @ 240 hp
- 1958 series option w/four-barrell @ 265 hp
- mechanical camshaft w/machined combustion chambers
- last year of production, compression ratio 8.9.:1 @ 225 hp
352 cubic inch
- bore and stroke of 4.00X3.50
- engine for the ’58 T-bird
- four barrell carb @ 300 hp
- compression ratio 10.2.:1
- cast iron crankshaft
- forged steel rods, mechanical-lifter camshaft w/machined combustion chambers or cast chambers by 1959.
- By 1960, the 352 HP was available with an aluminum intake manifold producing approximately 360 hp.
360 cubic inch
- Used in Ford trucks
- Lower compression engine with heavy duty internal parts
361 cubic inch (1958 – 1959)
- Bore and stroke 4.0469X3.50
- 10.5:1 compression ratio w/303 hp
- In 1959, the 360 cubic inch used cast chambers reducing compression and horsepower.
390 cubic inch (1961-1976)
- Bore and stroke 4.05X3.78
- Three versions available
- 1961-1963: 390 cubic inch with 9.6:1 compression ratio, four barrell carb @300 hp.
406 cubic inch
- Introduced in 1962
- Bore and stroke 4.13×3.78
- Same block as 390 HP
- Few 1963 blocks came with cross bolt mains.
- Revised oil galleries.
410 cubic inch
- This is a 390 block with a 428 crankshaft
- Four barrell carb.
- The stroke is increased .020 in for a total of 3.98 inches
- Only used in Mercury vehicles from 1966 to 1967
427 Low Riser
- Available through 1963-1964
- Cast iron crankshaft and solid lifter camshaft
- Intake 2.04 (2.09 inch in 1964) with 1.66 exhaust valves
- Some of these engines had cross-bolt mains.
- Cast aluminum intake manifolds.
- Single and dual four barrell carburators.
- Horsepower varied from 410 to 425 depending on setup.
- 11.5.1 compression
427 Medium Riser
- 1965 to 1967 all 427 blocks were side oilers.
- Forged steel crankshaft
- Cap screw connecting rods
- Cross bolt mains
427 High Riser
- Introduce in 1964
- Tallest cyclinder ports and intake manifold allowed for greater air/fuel mixture
- Single and dual four barrell
- Cast iron crank
- solid lifter camshaft
- Cross bolt mains
427 Tunnel Port
- Available in 1967
- Options included Tunnel Port cyclinder heads, four barrell aluminum intake or dual four barrell aluminum intake.
- Much like the 427 medium riser in all other regards.
- Available as an over the counter option only.
- Cast aluminum cyclinder heads
- hemi-spherical combusiton chambers
- stainless steel valves
428 cubic inch
- Introduced in 1966
- Bore and stroke of 4.13X3.98
- Cast iron crankshaft
- forged-steel connecting rods
- cast iron intake manifold
- 345 horsepower @ 10.5:1 compression ration
- Variations of the 428 existed throughout its’ life span, including the 428 Police Interceptor, 428 Thunderjet and 428 Marauder.
- The Police Interceptor contained an aluminum intake, high performance camshaft and beefier connecting rods to produce 360 hp.
428 Cobra Jet
- Standard was 2.09 inch intake and 1.66 inch exhaust valves.
- Cast iron intake manifold identical to the aluminum one on the police interceptor.
- Cast iron exhaust manifolds.
- Two-bolt main block
- Between 345-360 horsepower
428 Super Cobra Jet
- Internal structure differences included Lemans type cap screw rods
- The capscrews were shorter than the 427’s to clear the block
- Externally balanced
- External engine oil cooler