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Old 06-05-2013, 10:36 AM   #1
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Does anybody know of some websites that sell stroker kits for the 3.8? Other then morana? I know morana has the 4.4, but I've seen people talking about a 4.3
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You could call Titan engines out of Mobile,Al. The number is 18884778006. The 4.3 is just a 4.2 with a .10 piston bore larger on the bottom half of the engine. You can round up the cubic displacement to the higher number. It is stroked and will be one of the best 4.2/4.3s you can find. The top half of the engine is amazing.

4.3 sounds Chevy
If you call him he may tell you something different. I have herd the debate for years. People start comparing bra sizes. Is she truly a 36 d the exact measurements are bla bla bla
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That sounds like its just a 4.2 pretty much and wouldn't make much of a difference. I think I'm probably just gonna go with the 4.4 from morana then
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That sounds like its just a 4.2 pretty much and wouldn't make much of a difference. I think I'm probably just gonna go with the 4.4 from morana then
You can just pull an F150 short block and use it, cost <$300 then add install cost, have all the displacement you'll need, and if you ever plan on boost or juice don't bore over more than .030" to preserve strength
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That sounds like its just a 4.2 pretty much and wouldn't make much of a difference. I think I'm probably just gonna go with the 4.4 from morana then
What are the numbers? I herd the 4.3 cost $3,000 and produces 250.
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I'm not sure how much it costs. I know the 4.4 from morana costs $2700
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What are the numbers? I herd the 4.3 cost $3,000 and produces 250.
You can't know what it'll produce unless you have a head/cam/intake setup to go with it >_>
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I'm not sure how much it costs. I know the 4.4 from morana costs $2700
That was the price shipped to my house. But I live in Ms.
Morana is shipping from Canada so the shipping might be high.

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You can't know what it'll produce unless you have a head/cam/intake setup to go with it >_>
You can just call and ask dyno proven numbers. But it does have......
port and polish
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1.491 exhaust valves
.480 204-216 cam
Smaller cam than yours.
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Lol it might make 235.. Tq
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