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Stroker Kit

anybody have any thoughts on it? 7.3 to a 7.8L ?

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I've wondered this as well. 444cu to a 476cu

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good question, Not sure that it would really be worth it. But I would love to see if anyone has done any research into this.

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good question, Not sure that it would really be worth it. But I would love to see if anyone has done any research into this.
but it would still want to see it.
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Re: Stroker Kit

I know it will be expencive to get the cranks made but im thinking that Stock lenght rod can be used. Im going to dig into this alittle more and see what I can come up with, I have a motor build going on my truck. Possible test bed, have afew cranks i can spare. It will have a bore to it as well not sure on how far yet. After truckfest I can start on it more.

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Re: Stroker Kit

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Re: Stroker Kit

i would invest time/money into fueling.

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Why?
I think you were always the one telling me that there is no replacement for displacement.. correct? Custom pistons with larger fuel bowls.

As far as fuel, Shouldnt be an issue if David can make some 1000hp capable injectors. I have 3 engines that will be going in and out of my truck for testing. all different HPs. I will prob get some help from the rite people in doing a stand alone oil system for the sticks! Lotts idea, just has been done yet!

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Re: Stroker Kit

What specifically goes on when you do a stroker kit?

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What specifically goes on when you do a stroker kit?
Are you asking what parts it takes to create a stoker engine, or are u asking the way it works in the engine?

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