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Old 04-15-2013, 09:33 PM   #1
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Block for a 1000hp build.

I just need to know if my stock 3v heads will fit on this puppy and if not can someone point me in the direction of a stronger block that I can re-use my heads on?

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I just need to know if my stock 3v heads will fit on this puppy and if not can someone point me in the direction of a stronger block that I can re-use my heads on?

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No they won't bolt on. They would on a 4.6 block though, and MMR has a great selection of those as well. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
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I found this after asking this question last night and believe it may disagree, unless I misunderstand.

All MMR shortblocks are available in either a 281ci/ 302ci/325 (4.6)or 330ci/358 (5.4) configuration and are compatible with all SOHC, 3v and DOHC cylinder heads.
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I found this after asking this question last night and believe it may disagree, unless I misunderstand.

All MMR shortblocks are available in either a 281ci/ 302ci/325 (4.6)or 330ci/358 (5.4) configuration and are compatible with all SOHC, 3v and DOHC cylinder heads.
Hmm, well if I were you I would call them and ask. I know your heads won't work on a 5.4 block from say an f150 or expedition, so I just figured it would be the same. I'd call them if I were you
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I see what you mean there. I'll definitely email them for clarification on it.
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I see what you mean there. I'll definitely email them for clarification on it.
Your heads WILL work on that block
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Old 04-17-2013, 08:52 PM   #7
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Awesome! I hadn't gotten the chance to sit down and email them yet, but that's awesome since I can port and polish my heads instead of having to buy them ported by them.
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Awesome! I hadn't gotten the chance to sit down and email them yet, but that's awesome since I can port and polish my heads instead of having to buy them ported by them.
Yeah sorry about the false information lol I was thinking intake for some damn reason :/
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Yea they w ill work but ur intake will have 2 be custom made because the deck height is diff on tha 5.4...oh n btw custom sheetmetal intake from mmr = $3000
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:01 AM   #10
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Think I'll make my own for that kinda money haha
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I just thought about this, but what kind of whipple would I need to go on this? Or would that require more fabrication?
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Idk may have 2 go with turbo..but idk
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Err that'd make it a no go. I don't want turbos.
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Yea idk..u may have 2 go with 4v heads n just get a gt500 whipple or somethin. ..Idk..call whipple
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What size is the 2010 gt500? And wasn't it 3v?
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No its a 5.4 with 4v heads
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Yea
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Yeah they are 3v or yeah they're 4v?
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I just thought about this, but what kind of whipple would I need to go on this? Or would that require more fabrication?
The best thing to do would be call whipple and tell them your set up and ask what they have or recommend, might piece you together a pretty badass kit.
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Old 04-20-2013, 12:40 AM   #21
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I sent them an email earlier. Hopefully I hear a response sometime soon.
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Old 04-20-2013, 10:32 AM   #22
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I also realized I have another issue. I will def need a transmission.... I currently have an auto, but not sure if I wanna keep it that way or not. From what I read power glides are only 2 speed and C6 I'm not sure of because I haven't found enough info yet.
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Whipple does not have a large enough s/c to support 1k. Guess now ill check Kenne Bell.
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Whipple does not have a large enough s/c to support 1k. Guess now ill check Kenne Bell.
You're going to need a big *** sc lol
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You're going to need a big *** sc lol
I can only imagine have a 3L s/c and being like 'Yes, my supercharger does have more displacement than your engine.' haha

edit: Kenne Bell has some pretty large S/Cs hopefully one of them will fit.
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I can only imagine have a 3L s/c and being like 'Yes, my supercharger does have more displacement than your engine.' haha

edit: Kenne Bell has some pretty large S/Cs hopefully one of them will fit.
Haha that would be awesome to tell somebody that! And yes I'm pretty positive KB has a few that are 1000+hp capable
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:33 PM   #27
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They definitely do, the question at hand is it it'll fit. Sent then an email earlier about it, so I hope to know by tomorrow. I won't get this build done this year sadly, but at least I'll have a build plan and a good idea of how it'll work out.
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Well, MMR has failed to respond to my email with specific questions I need to answer for Kenne Bell so they can figure out what kit if any will fit. I found Shrader Performance, but if they are no bueno does anyone know of anywhere else I can find a 5.4 small block rated for 1k+hp?
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I've always called mmr..they have helped me out a lot
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I'm in the market for a 5.0 1000hp short block (cracked a piston 2 weeks ago). Did a lot of research on mmr livernois dss Jdm and many more. I'm goin with Jdm 05+ aluminum block all manly rods pistons Kellogg crank. Check them out if u want team Jdm.
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:55 AM   #31
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I lied, the MMR 5.4 is rated at 1500... I wanted a safety zone to play with.
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I'm in the market for a 5.0 1000hp short block (cracked a piston 2 weeks ago). Did a lot of research on mmr livernois dss Jdm and many more. I'm goin with Jdm 05+ aluminum block all manly rods pistons Kellogg crank. Check them out if u want team Jdm.
what kinda warranty are they giving you in writing ?!?!
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what kinda warranty are they giving you in writing ?!?!
Are you talking about what he already broke or the new parts he's talking about?
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Are you talking about what he already broke or the new parts he's talking about?
no for his new engine !!
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I just started following this thread so sorry if my question has already come up. But are you dead set on a Superchager? Because there are plenty of turbos capable of beyond 1k horsepower.
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