1996 Ford 351W Specs


The 351 Windsor, also called the 351W, gained its fame in the 1960s. The name Windsor indicates the plant in which it was built, Windsor, Ontario. The other 351 engine was the Cleveland, which was built in Cleveland, Ohio. The 1996 351W was installed in only two vehicle, the F-250 and F-350 trucks.


  • Being placed in a pickup truck meant that the 351W needed the horsepower to move heavy loads long distances. The 1996 model 351W produced 210 horsepower.


  • Torque is the twisting power the engine produces and directly affects acceleration. This engine produced 310 foot-pounds of torque.


  • The only 351W equipped truck that was tested for fuel economy by the EPA was the 1996 F-250. This truck got 11 miles per gallon, mpg, in the city and 16 mpg on the highway.


  • The 1996 351W had a bore cylinder width of 4.00 inches and a stroke, piston travels inside the cylinder, of 3.50 inches. It had an overall displacement of 5,753-cubic centimeters or 351-cubic inches. It also had a compression ratio of 8.8:1.


  • While there are many factors that impact maximum towing capacity, the engine is one of the main components. The 351W could tow from 10,000 to 12,500 lbs., depending on the truck it was in.

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