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Old 07-17-2012, 06:04 PM   #36
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I actually have the Stroker kit that you are looking at. I have the forged rods though. Are you getting flat top or dished pistons?
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I actually have the Stroker kit that you are looking at. I have the forged rods though. Are you getting flat top or dished pistons?
I guess it wouldn't really matter too me?? I dont know the difference lol.. I know what your talking about..
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It might matter if you want to use a turbo or something.

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To keep you compression low
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It might matter if you want to use a turbo or something.

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To keep you compression low
Well I guess it wouldnt bother me..
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I have a forged 347 with 9.2/1 compression and Dart block too ( goes with my procharger d1sc)
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I have a forged 347 with 9.2/1 compression and Dart block too ( goes with my procharger d1sc)
Quit bragging and lets see some pics.
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Haha, yeah! I'm sure it's awesome
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Right I bet it is... I wanna see it I love badass cars!!
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:32 AM   #44
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I have a forged 347 with 9.2/1 compression and Dart block too ( goes with my procharger d1sc)
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Quit bragging and lets see some pics.
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Right I bet it is... I wanna see it I love badass cars!!
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You can't come on here bragging like that with no pics and specs.
Make another thread and do some show and tell for us........please?
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Get a stud girdle too. I've seen these split with too much power. I have a Canton which is already clearanced for stroker kits
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Get a stud girdle too. I've seen these split with too much power. I have a Canton which is already clearanced for stroker kits
That they will do.
I have the DSS aluminum girdle and windage tray for mine.
After much reading and research I found that the aluminum pieces help reduce the harmonics too, so I went with them.
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