I've been in limbo for awhile now as to which way to go, 302 or 351. I decided to go with a 351 because I like the increased strength of the block and it just sounds cool when you tell people "it's gotta 351W mang!" So, not having alot of cash at my disposal, I'm gonna have to do this on the cheap. I'll demonstrate how to do it inexpensively while still being a reliable ride. Is it the "correct" way to do it? Most would say no, however, "correct" has alot of different meanings to different people, so if it works and runs, and it makes you happy, then it is "correct" as far as I'm concerned. Here's the parts I plan to run with part numbers so you don't have to run to a hundred sites getting info, and most of this you can get from summitracing.com: Oil pan kit w/pickup: M-6675-A58 Oil pump driveshaft: M-6605-A341 Crank Spacer: M-8510-B351 (not sure if this is necessary, the balancer I pulled from my 94 F150 engine looks exactly the same as my old balancer from my 302, i'll confirm this during the build, but I think it'll work) Flywheel: supposedly a flywheel from a pre 80's stang will work, we'll see. Again, I wonder why a 5 speed F150 flywheel won't work. I'm going with the satin finish Typhoon 5.8 intake manifold. I'd get polished, but the satin is cheaper and I do polishing for a living, so I can make it look 10 times better anyway. Not sure on which cam to get yet, I have to find out if there's any PTV clearance issues with the TFS stage 2. I'm also going to run a set of TFS springs to go with the cam. I'm going to use my BBK 302 headers and modify the H pipe to reach the headers on the 351. Here's a couple pics of what I'm working with. This 351W came out of a 1994 F150, it has F4 stamped on it, which makes it a hydraulic roller lifter engine. It is really filthy right now, but I'll clean it up and paint it when I get it stripped down.