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Old 02-02-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
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New modifications soon :)

Well, supercharger isn't enough power so looks like im givin my stang a new engine.

Im gonna be going with the mmr short block with manly forged pistons, rods, and crank....its a 4.75 stroker motor. Then im gonna be polishing and porting my heads and going with a stage II cam, and lastly, im getting a smaller supercharger pully so ill be pushing around 14psi
How does that setup sound to you guys?
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What's the option for something that is not stroked?

And what about DSS?
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Well, supercharger isn't enough power so looks like im givin my stang a new engine.

Im gonna be going with the mmr short block with manly forged pistons, rods, and crank....its a 4.75 stroker motor. Then im gonna be polishing and porting my heads and going with a stage II cam, and lastly, im getting a smaller supercharger pully so ill be pushing around 14psi
How does that setup sound to you guys?
Recommendation, porting and polishing, if they have a little bit rougher of surfaces it brakes up the fuel for better combustion.
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Recommendation, porting and polishing, if they have a little bit rougher of surfaces it brakes up the fuel for better combustion.
So would port and polishing not e a good idea to do on our heads???
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So would port and polishing not e a good idea to do on our heads???
Not saying that exactly, recent studies on race motors say not to completely polish them. Slight ridges help break down the molecules in modern gasses allowing better combustion. Also when you port in polish them your thinning your surface and making more friction causing more heat which is not good for motors you want to last long. There's a lot of factors to think about prior to doing a port and polish job.
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Not saying that exactly, recent studies on race motors say not to completely polish them. Slight ridges help break down the molecules in modern gasses allowing better combustion. Also when you port in polish them your thinning your surface and making more friction causing more heat which is not good for motors you want to last long. There's a lot of factors to think about prior to doing a port and polish job.
Aw oh ok I see makes sense
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