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post #121 of 156 Old February 1st, 2010, 05:19 PM
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What are the best stroker kits out there?

DSS, MMR, Livernois, ModMax?

I have been looking at them and the Livernois is on'y a 298ci and cost more than the rest I think. DSS is pricey too. I liked ModMax for 3600 with I-beams!

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298 is standard bore, 301 is .020 over.

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so for a 5.0 stroker you nee to bore .20oveR?

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Well technically to have 5.0 liters of displacement, it needs to be a little over 305ci. The "5.0", is actually a 4.9. I would say stay with name brand, there are a couple of rod/piston combos, as mentioned with the whole wrist pin in the oil ring land situation, an oil rail support is provided with those style pistons.

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Would it be easier to jus get a Stage 1 cam only?? It should make the same amount of power as the Stroker would, right??
Stage 1 cam used the stock springs?
Websites states a 25-30rwhp gain


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They only have run 8's in a mustang all motor with that 6.2L, right?

show a link,the 6.2 boss in a mustang

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If you just want to add 25-50hp, look into doing cams and maybe heads for the extra bump. I would not recommend doing the stroker if you are not going to add the extras like the stage 2 or 3 heads, and cams to go with it.
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so any have any suggestions on stroker motors?

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Here is my suggestion.... if your not going to run a turbo or build an all out nasty N/A or spray car that your going to rev high.. there really isn't a point. Most people will never fully utilize the potential of the stroker motor. Its the reason why many people think its a waste.

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yeah I hear you on that one bro. I just thought it would be cool to run a 5.9 stroker, stage 2 heads and cams with a F1 procharger and built auto! Mixing it up ya know?

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In my case, Im going to build a stroker engine and spin it to 7500-8000K rpms...

Thats because this will be a monster street car..

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scott you have been completely blindsided with this stroker talk huh. lol. Hit you hard. LOLOL!


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Going to run twins or a big single?

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scott you have been completely blindsided with this stroker talk huh. lol. Hit you hard. LOLOL!
haha word dude. I was always wanting to build a 281ci 4.6L beast...BUT I rather try something less common and run a F1 stroker mod motor!

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spraying down low?

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No. This isnt going to be a track car... this bad boy is going to be a freeway car... Ill probably run a t76

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oh thats a solid turbo. I wouldn't go less then a t70 even on a bolt on GT.

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T76 will max out around ~900 rwhp... that enough to satisfy most people, including me. The T70 will max around ~750 rwhp

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yeah the t70 is a solid turbo for most...then there is you haha J/K man!

I just figure people make the 302 a 347 stroker with a F1...so I wanna make a 302 stroker with a F1 auto. Something different(sorta) and fun to do.

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