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Old 05-25-2013, 06:07 PM   #1
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Perfect engine.

I have a question to pose to all you stangers. If you could build an engine using only stock or stock-modified parts what would it be and why. (sorry if this isn't a technical discussion, but a technical discussion is what I seek, please keep that in mind)
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As much as my first reaction is 351 with football rods and hogged out GT40s or maybe some D0 heads or something... probably would have to do a 302 roller with the forged pistons, hogged out GT40s, ported intake, GT cam, 1.7 rockers, FRPP shorties blah blah blah.

Not sure why you would want to though unless you are running a stockmod class or some such.

Now for a MODULAR... now we are talking. Terminator longblock, port the M112 and put a smaller pulley on it with a tune and hello 500whp.
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Football rods?
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probably a destroked 8.2" block with some cleveland heads and just spin that whore up to 9-9.5K rpm

would a jesel shaft be considered stock?
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probably a destroked 8.2" block with some cleveland heads and just spin that whore up to 9-9.5K rpm

would a jesel shaft be considered stock?
I like high reving engines way more than torquey low reving engines.
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