Stroker build?

NHXRUNNER

"New Hampster"
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Currently there isn't a one stop shop for this. I do know of an engine build in process (sleeved, not stroked) but there could be a recommended shop following completion...
 

JPAYNE722

Active Member
So basically theres no "kit" just pick and choose what u want,i swear i saw a kit online just cant remember
 

NHXRUNNER

"New Hampster"
Staff member
Gadget at one point was offering a engine build program. It has since been put on hold do to excessive coordination time.
 

NHXRUNNER

"New Hampster"
Staff member
When you're doing an engine build nothing is "off-the-shelf". Do your homework, find a reliable builder, let them take the proper measurements.
 

JPAYNE722

Active Member
I was just thinking high compression pistons,kelford cams,i think jt or eagle rods maybe some other stuff
 

Torspd

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You won't be able to get to 4.66L and still be able to use a multi-layer head gasket. Max would be 4.47L.

LCE Engineering can do the build. Brain Crower can source the build but it will be a little more expensive.

My stroker engine is in a build phase at H Squared Performance Engines. They "re-built" and re worked my short block. That is where we learned the max bore tolerance multi-layer head gaskets.

Hardest part of what you're asking is sourcing the cams. By far.
 

Torspd

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Molnar rods can be had on the reasonable side. If in there, replace the OEM rods.
 

JPAYNE722

Active Member
Theres acouple people i think running them,i cant remember the website off the top of my head but i rem it being like $5,500 for everything
 

Torspd

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Gadget has one in his XR. Has the dyno in his vendor section. More displacement puts out more power. His is making some impressive numbers.

Mine is on my engine stand. It will be togsther soon enough to figure out what it will do on the dyno, in N/A trim. Prior to me installing the turbo.
 
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