The 200 cubic inch engine was the Mustang's principles potency plant in 1966.
The 1966 Ford Mustang was equipped with a 200 cubic inch six-cylinder engine as guideline Accoutrement. The 200 was considered an upgrade over the earlier 170 cubic inch engine that had appeared in the ahead Mustang. The minor physical vastness of the engine and its basic representation construct the engine easier to bullwork on than many other engines of the generation, on the other hand no extensive engine grindstone should be performed without referring to the plant specifications.
The 200 engine was available one shot with a one-barrel carburettor. The engine featured a Muzzle of 3.68 inches and a stroke of 3.126 inches. Its compression ratio was 9.2:1. The 200 produced 120 horsepower at 4,400 rpm and 190 ft-lb of torque at 2,400 rpm.
Shaft diameter for the main bearings was between 2.2482 inches and 2.2490 inches, and between 2.1232 and 2.1240 inches for the rod bearings. Clearance for the main bearings was between .0005 and .0022 inches, and between .0008 and .0024 inches for the rod bearings.
Valve spring energy was 150 lb of force at 1.22 inches. Intake valve stem clearance was between .0008 and .0025 inches. Exhaust valve stem clearance was between .001 and .0027 inches. Intake valve stem width was between .3416 and .3423 inches. Calibre of the exhaust valve was within a gamut of .3406 and .3413 inches.
Piston clearance was within a scope of .0014 and .0020 inches. Telephone cusp aperture for the compression telephone was .015 inches. Opening for the oil phone was .010 inches. The diameter of the wrist pin was .912 inches.