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post #1 of 15 Old July 1st, 2010, 12:53 AM Thread Starter
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DSS Blocks?

DSS Level 10's and 20's
Level10; 600 hp at the crank
Level20; 675 hp at the crank

...can anyone vouch for that?
I wanna know who has a DSS block and who has had any luck pushing those numbers.
PLEASEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post #2 of 15 Old July 1st, 2010, 08:08 AM
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Good luck, it's still a stock block with stock block shortcomings. Like most stock blocks, their blocks may or may not live long at those power levels. Some stock blocks do, some dont. Depends a lot on keeping the RPM low, the tune safe, and luck. If you want to make that sort of power, the wise move would be to start with a good aftermarket block and build from there.

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it's still a stock block so i'd say it's a waste of money
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Yep definately a waste, stock block, they say they do all this special stuff to it but Jim at fordstrokers does all that same stuff and doesn't charge near as much....



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ima clean junkyard blocks up and sell them for 9 times what I paid

[QUOTE=93mustank;2577445]We speed tested my right arm for quickness in shifts... So he could design the cam for proper shift recovery.[/QUOTE]
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Ima mushroom stamp you on your forehead....
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[QUOTE=93mustank;2577445]We speed tested my right arm for quickness in shifts... So he could design the cam for proper shift recovery.[/QUOTE]
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ahhg!
they just need to give out aftermarket blocks
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BUT, i actually might take my chances with a DSS block level 20 block
my buddy has a, i wanna say level 10? 306 with about the same turbo kit ill be going with, with 433 to the wheels.
hopefully i get a "good" block from them
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Don't waste your money, contact Jim @ FordStrokers.com 331-347-393-408-418-427 stroker kits and ford parts. and order a block from him, he does all the same stuff that DSS does.



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