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Old 07-22-2006, 02:50 PM   #1
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my 03 mustang gt is needing a stroke.... not really ,but i am wanting to stroke it out before adding a s/c an plus i want it to have forged internals cause i am running nitrous but i need to know whant stroker kits well work on my engine...i would like to know what i should do first stroke it out or s/c it first ... i am curently trying to run a 125 shot on it now . eny suggestions would greatly help thanks
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I would build the bottom end of the motor before you put the supercharger on it. I really can't help you with what stroker kit to go with, because I've never looked at any for a 4.6. Just be sure you get forged rods, piston and crank and make sure it's from a reputable company.
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thanks , can i get forged rods,pistons an crank on at a time to save money or do i have to buy them all at one time an put them on at the same time???
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Re: give me a stroke

Yes, you can put them all on at the same time. They are connected so it would be much easier to do all at the same time. I also have never done any research for all that on 4.6's, but I'm sure there are plenty of good companies out there with good crank and piston sets.

Also, if you have the moeny, I would do the bottom end first, then SC.
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Re: give me a stroke

doesnt VT make the modular 5.0 stroker kit?
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Try here to get a idea of what's available and pricing FORD 4.6L MODULAR HI-PERFORMANCE ENGINES & KITS
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thank you very much herbstang
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It might be cheaper to buy a short block that has already been built, from a company like D.S.S., Coast High Performance, Sean Hyland Motorsport, etc. I'm not sure if it would be or not, just trying to give you some ideas to look into. And I would defanently build my engine first, then you can get a bigger blower and run more boost, you might need to invest in some head work though, like stiffer Valve springs.
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thanks man i well look into that man ........ if it is cheaper i well go that route i just dont want to spend unesasry money.
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Delk Performance check there
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