What Is the Horsepower on a 351 Windsor V8 Motor?

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The horsepower of an engine decreases with age and mileage. The stock factory horsepower for a Ford 351 Windsor engine is 156. The RPM of the engine is 4,600.
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The windsor 351 V8 Small block has a 250 HP with a 2 barrel and 290
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250 horsepower - 351 Windsor - 2 barrel carburetor - in 1970 ( not SAE net )
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The HP ratings was 210hp for the Windsor V8 model. We could not find the torque rating, sorry!
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From the factory it's probably the one they put in the 1995 Cobra R. It was a 351W that had been modified by Roush, it put out a *very conservative* 300 HP, but was probably closer
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