MEL Engine Ratings

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MEL Engine Ratings

Post by KULTULZ » Mon 27. Sep 2010, 08:22

MEL (MERCURY-EDSEL-LINCOLN) Engine Specifications 1958/1968

383C.I. Bore 4.30” x Stroke 3.30” (1958/59) (MERC)
410C.I. Bore 4.20” x Stroke 3.70” (1958) (EDSEL)
430C.I. Bore 4.30” x Stroke 3.70” (1958/65) (LINC-MERC-TBIRD)
462C.I. Bore 4.38” x Stroke 3.83” (1966/68) (LINC)

1958 MERCURY

383C.I. 4V (Monterey Low-Torque)
312HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.5 To 1

383C.I. 4V (Montclair Hi-Torque)
330HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.5 To 1

430C.I. 4V
360HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.5 To 1

430C.I 6V
400 HP (Super Marauder)

1958 EDSEL

410C.I. 4V (E-475)
345HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.5 To 1
475 ft.lb. Torque

1958 LINCOLN

430C.I. 4V
375HP @ 4800 RPM CR 10.5 To 1

430C.I. 6V
400HP @4600 RPM

1959 MERCURY

383C.I. 2V
280HP @ 4400 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

383C.I. 4V
322HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

430C.I. 4V
345HP @ 4400 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1959 LINCOLN

430C.I. 4V
350HP @ 4400 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1959 THUNDERBIRD

430C.I. 4V
350HP @ 4400 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1960 MERCURY

430C.I. 2V
310hp @ 4100 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1960 LINCOLN

430C.I. 2V
315HP @ 4100 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1960 THUNDERBIRD

430C.I. 4V
350HP @ 4400 RPM CR 10.2 To 1

1961 LINCOLN

430C.I. 2V
300HP @ 4100 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1962 LINCOLN

430C.I. 2V
300HP

1963 LINCOLN

430C.I. 4V
320HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.0 To 1

1964 LINCOLN

430C.I. 4V
320HP

1965 LINCOLN
430C.I. 4V
320HP

1966 LINCOLN

462C.I. 4V
340HP @ 4600 RPM CR 10.25 To 1

1967 LINCOLN

462C.I. 4V
340HP

1968 LINCOLN

462C.I. 4V
340HP

There may be mistakes in some of the ratings. They vary by publication. But this will give an idea of how the engine(s) progressed/degressed.

Source- Standard Catalog of FORD 1903-1998 Edited by Ron Kowalke

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Re: MEL Engine Ratings

Post by Theo » Mon 27. Sep 2010, 08:23

Great work Kultulz.
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