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Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 12:29 am 
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i think de-stroke it, and then turbo it. Would be able to rev harder which is needed.

Also make a bigger bore size.



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 Post subject: Re: stroker
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 12:29 am 
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AUXR8 2 wrote:
fritzz wrote:
there is no strocker kit for the 4L.

imo the stock is long enough as it is, it doesnt need to be any longer.

to stroke it, the stock crank would need to be offset ground.

your right......... one thing is, it has to be offset ground but there are other factorts & precausions to be taken when doing something different like this, plus Ford already has a 300 cube 6cylinder engine found in some early F series trucks here in Oz..


Correct. They were found in F150's and F250's. They were sourced from Canada and were really torquey. Not too much on the revs (our old effie wouldnt be pushed over 4500-5000 max) but it was a great towing vehicle. Good ol Longstrokers.



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