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I want to get a 347 stroker kit and i want to know what heads i should get and what else i will need to get to make it run good? How much horsepower would i expect to get out of it.
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I want to get a 347 stroker kit and i want to know what heads i should get and what else i will need to get to make it run good? How much horsepower would i expect to get out of it.
-what do u have now?
-how much money do u have to spend over the duration of time u want to have it done?
-what are you going to be doing with it for example: street/strip/daily/driver/drag/weekend warrior/all the above

dont worry about HP numbers just know going from stock to a 347 is a jump i gaurentee u will be happy with

heads depend on the money u will have to spend...if u have an extra 2500 for heads get some BRODIX but if u only have like 200-300 get some gt40 p heads
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2500 for heads. That's crazy! You can get a set of AFR 185's for around 1400 bucks. One of the best flowing heads on the market. Put a holley systemax or trick flow track heat on top, 30lbs injectors with matching MAF, a custom cam from Flowtech Induction - Custom Camshafts, Cylinder Heads, Induction Systems, Valvetrain and a tune, and you can easily reach 400hp at the wheels.

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Ive got a 347 Stroker motor in my Mustang. If you need info or an idea what i have, see my Garage under my profile. Hope this helps.



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like the others said it depends on what you want to spend first off and what you want to do....I spent about 10 grand on parts but that included the parts to rebuild my trans also and the stall converter .... I went with the trick flow heads but the co1's they were a little more expensive but they are bad ass
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Money doesnt matter i just want to build the engine good enough to put a supercharger or a turbo on it and maybe a bottle. My goal would be to run low 12s or faster and that would have to be at a mile high in altitude.
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Well, our blocks are only good to about 500hp That being said if you stroke it to a 347 which should bring you close to 400hp with a good combo. If you supercharge it after that it'd have to have a really safe tune in order to keep the block from splitting.

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you should be able to get 11's with no bottle or charger just a good built 347 with supporting mods and about 8 - 10 grand
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Well, our blocks are only good to about 500hp That being said if you stroke it to a 347 which should bring you close to 400hp with a good combo. If you supercharge it after that it'd have to have a really safe tune in order to keep the block from splitting.
Close to 400hp? That would be a weak 347. A good combination normaly yeilds 450+ for most people.

A conservative tune wont save you from the inevitable with an E7 block. The tune isnt what causes a block to split at 600hp, its the stress of producing 600+hp and the RPM that comes with it.

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you should be able to get 11's with no bottle or charger just a good built 347 with supporting mods and about 8 - 10 grand
With 10 grand, i can go 10s easy.. with no power adders. He can go 11s with a stock shortblock 302 for less than $4000. He should be able to go alot faster with double the finances and more cubes.

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what kind of things will i need for the ECU?
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what kind of things will i need for the ECU?
The stock ECU is enough for you build. A chip.. or piggy-back would make it easy to make adjustments. Taking it to a shop is also an option.

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I spent about 10 grand on parts alone no labor but I went with more expensive heads and a custom cam and that also includes my stall converter and tranny rebuild and should be putting down about 450 to the wheel according to woody and the guy that ground my cam...you have to match things up...you could spend 20 grand and not be well matched and have a car that runs like shit and BTW nice bike goblin....really like the colors
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lol

i have an 1984 mustang and it runs 930 withe the 347 stroker and thats straight motor so a good 347 stroker is good on the track it has 4.10 gears, posey traction, msd ignition coil, msd spark plug wires, msd tack adapter, holly 650 double pumper, the engine cost me a total of $10k so you can buld a very good engine with $10k
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Ive got a 347 Stroker motor in my Mustang. If you need info or an idea what i have, see my Garage under my profile. Hope this helps.
I saw your stock times in your garage...have you any new numbers with your 347?

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2500 for heads. That's crazy! You can get a set of AFR 185's for around 1400 bucks. One of the best flowing heads on the market. Put a holley systemax or trick flow track heat on top, 30lbs injectors with matching MAF, a custom cam from Flowtech Induction - Custom Camshafts, Cylinder Heads, Induction Systems, Valvetrain and a tune, and you can easily reach 400hp at the wheels.
Really the AFR are the best flowings heads???


Get with Jay Allen he will set up your Head,Cam, and Valve train. Getting in the 10's with a 347 should be easy if you know how to build a good combo. You are a complete idiot if you have a 347 and it runs only in the 12's.
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Close to 400hp? That would be a weak 347. A good combination normaly yeilds 450+ for most people.

A conservative tune wont save you from the inevitable with an E7 block. The tune isnt what causes a block to split at 600hp, its the stress of producing 600+hp and the RPM that comes with it.

Agree 100% with your post Goblin.
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I want to get a 347 stroker kit and I want to know what heads I should get and what else I will need to get to make it run good? How much horsepower would I expect to get out of it.
TFS 190cc FAC heads
Anderson B-31 cam or custom
Holley Systemax II or Performer RPM II intake
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30lb injectors
Tune

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