1967 Mustang Engine Information – 390 cubic inch V-8 (6.4 L FE V8)
10,494 mustangs were produced and sold with 390 cubic inch engines. The engine came standard with a 490 Autolite carburetor rather than the Holly installed in previous years. 1969 was the last year a 390 would be installed in a Mustang by Ford. All future years used 427’s, 428’s and 429’s for the large block power plants.
390 cu / 6.4 liters)
320 hp @ 3,600 RPM
427 lb/ft @ 3,200 RPM
Bore x Stroke
4.05 x 3.784
Engine Specs (390 cid V8)
Clutch information. All 390 engines with either a 3 or 4 speed have the same clutch specs. The pressure plate is 11.5″ with 12 springs. The disc is 11.5″ with 8 springs
Engine Torque Specifications
All torque specifications provided in this table are those recommended by FORD. If you use special bolts, follow the torque specifications provided by the manufacturer. I recommend that you use the 3 step torque technique where you torque down the bolts in three equal steps. Once you have reached the maximum recommended torque setting, go around one more time. Do not torque in a circular pattern. Always torque cross to cross.