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So im looking into to purchasing a nice shortblock over the winter. I been doing alot of research. I'm very interested in the modular boss block for the extra displacement. Im aware of the the main cap problems with this block and rgr has some nice custom main caps available through JPC. Im not very family with all the technicalities with engine internals. Im interested with this block and maybe a destroker crank making 288 ci or stock stroke crank. I definitle am shooting for the new tfs 4.6 heads. I also want to run a either a twin screw or a single turbo setup. Should i be aiming for the 44cc heads or the 38cc with a dished piston. I like the idea of a high reving destroker engine. Havent seen it done on any 2valve in my area. But would the stock stroke be better? Would a turbo or twin screw work better with the destroked engine??? Would the 4.6 victor jr intake work well with the turbo or should i save for a sheetmetal intake like logan motorsports. Any help or advice you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

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big bore is a great way to go. there is not a destroke kit for a 4.6, just 5.4 to my knowledge. stay with a stock stroke, it will still come out to be a 302. either method of boost will do nice, and it depends on what you want out of it. if boosting with a turbo or centri, the edelbrock will do well. the tfs, logan, RR, will be other intakes to look at too. those intakes are more orientated for an aggressive set up, if going with something stout then they will be just fine. yoou will have to dish the pistons no matter which tfs head you go with, the compression will be too high for boost if you dont.
 

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hey thanks alot. Planning on purchasing new shortblock after first of year. Lots of people recommend MMR. I want a streert engine that turns some serious rpm. Not looking for max horse. But entaining the idea of 8000 rpm turbo street car
 

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hey thanks alot. Planning on purchasing new shortblock after first of year. Lots of people recommend MMR. I want a streert engine that turns some serious rpm. Not looking for max horse. But entaining the idea of 8000 rpm turbo street car
MMR has great products. I purchase a coupe of things from them and havent had any problems.
 
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