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Old 03-26-2015, 02:49 PM   #36
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But in all seriousness, why in hell would you want a 500hp motor that you can't use? I'd rather have the car built up and a 250whp motor than a 500hp motor in a stock *** frame.
Thats exactly why i worry about the suspension, frame, drivetrain ect.... all before the motor. The motor is going to be probably one of the later things i do. But when i do it, you can bet it'll be badass #600whpnacoyote
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no, i have a 351w that im build to a 408 stroker. thats why i asked supercharge the 351w or stroke it to 408.

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Well then yeah your going to build the 351 you have. Figure you can get a Scat stroker kit for approx. $1100 or so and the machining will be between $500 and $800 depending. Big money is for heads.
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There is a coyote long block for sale in Houston for $4,500. Just saying. I will post link

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Here idk how to post a link from the Craigslist app. But someone needs to jump on this

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Forced induction uses more parts and therefore will have more problems.

If you have the option for a bigger or better engine, always go with that before going FI. Its cheaper in the long run no matter how much startup cost is or what fuel costs.

But if you want to make your car faster while not sacrificing any reliability at all, then do suspension.
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Forced induction uses more parts and therefore will have more problems.

If you have the option for a bigger or better engine, always go with that before going FI. Its cheaper in the long run no matter how much startup cost is or what fuel costs.

But if you want to make your car faster while not sacrificing any reliability at all, then do suspension.

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