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Old 05-15-2013, 05:59 PM   #1
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Wanting to build a motor

If I get this what all would I need to buy to swap this in my 02 gt vert

I just need to build something bigger than I have cuz I'm pushing limits with my stock head n junk with a 100 shot of nitrous cuz I want to get a cam n more stuff lol
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Complete rotating assembly, cams, heads (assembled), gaskets, all accessories off your motor plus valve cover and timing cover, etc...

If you don't really know what you are doing just buy an assembled short block and add the heads and intakes of choice.
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So mucho $$$ lol what would be a good but not as expensive way to get better support for those higher hp ?
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So mucho $$$ lol what would be a good but not as expensive way to get better support for those higher hp ?
Lol, being fast costs money. You can't get there if you want to be cheap.
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Complete rotating assembly, cams, heads (assembled), gaskets, all accessories off your motor plus valve cover and timing cover, etc...

If you don't really know what you are doing just buy an assembled short block and add the heads and intakes of choice.
Is that not ye 5.0 block that accepts the 4.6 heads and intake? I know American muscle had one that all you needed was the rotating assy and everything else came off your 4.6
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I'm gonna ask a really dumb question. What is the rotating assembly ?

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Is that not ye 5.0 block that accepts the 4.6 heads and intake? I know American muscle had one that all you needed was the rotating assy and everything else came off your 4.6
This one? I'm very interested in it now. Would that increase my hp ability? Or no cuz it's still my heads from my 4.6
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I was saying heads because I thought you wanted to up your power. Factory heads will only flow so much.
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This one? I'm very interested in it now. Would that increase my hp ability? Or no cuz it's still my heads from my 4.6
Changing your heads will make more power than building that block.

The rotating assembly is all the moving parts in the bottom end.. crank, rods, pistons.
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How much are some good heads?
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Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heada are around 2,400. Less if you find a good deal. While you're in there you would want to add cams and injectors. By the time you're done, around $4,000 to make serious n/a power.
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Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heada are around 2,400. Less if you find a good deal. While you're in there you would want to add cams and injectors. By the time you're done, around $4,000 to make serious n/a power.
Yea that is the block I was referring to. Like they said earlier. Building a power motor is not cheap. Hp cost $. But a 5.0 block with truck flow heads, truck flow intake, stg 2 cams, 78mm tb/p, pro charger would be bad ***!
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Yea that is the block I was referring to. Like they said earlier. Building a power motor is not cheap. Hp cost $. But a 5.0 block with truck flow heads, truck flow intake, stg 2 cams, 78mm tb/p, pro charger would be bad ***!
Lol I got the 78mm tb/p on that list!! Woohoo lol one down a million to go
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