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Old 06-13-2013, 10:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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looking for stroker kit for 383

I'm looking for a stroker kit for my 383, anyone out there can recommend a company. I'm going to be using a tunnel ram with dual 500 or 600 cfm carbs. Also im going to be using production 906 heads with port and polish. and one size up on valves. I would like some advice for this build, i already know that tunnel rams run well at high rpms. I am sticking with a tunnel ram induction 2x4. So any advice pertaining to this build would greatly appreciated.
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what kind of power do you want too make out of it? what is the motor going into and what is it being built for? you could do alot with a 383 me personally I've been looking into a 489 stroker for a fun street/drag motor build in my Dakota if you plan on going force induction strokers are great for spooling turbos quick

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Old 07-20-2013, 02:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The stress of a blower drive/ turbo setup ? Get a steel crank !!! 440-451 what ever it works out to. Going to extremes 489??? Need external oil system. or get a 440 block.... Don't need oversized valves for a blower, if you want go oversized on exhaust. I would use a 500CFM carb maybe even a 450cfm Keep the compression 9/1 ??

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The stress of a blower drive/ turbo setup ? Get a steel crank !!! 440-451 what ever it works out to. Going to extremes 489??? Need external oil system. or get a 440 block.... Don't need oversized valves for a blower, if you want go oversized on exhaust. I would use a 500CFM carb maybe even a 450cfm Keep the compression 9/1 ??
idk about for the OP but for my truck im going too just go with a 383 instead of 440 due too actually fitting the motor in my truck and Ive built stroker and turbo motors this is just a drag truck build for me im not gonna be taking this truck on the street so if im gonna do it im gonna over do it... thus being why I asked what he plans on doing with his stroker
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most likely i was going to get a stroker kit from muscle motors to either 451 or 459 I haven't decided yet. I've postponed my 383 build, because im building a stage 1 or 2 426 max wedge, for my 65 belvedere

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most likely i was going to get a stroker kit from muscle motors to either 451 or 459 I haven't decided yet. I've postponed my 383 build, because im building a 413 wedge.
well in my experience stroker motors are fun as hell but you just need to remember they wear down a lot faster then a typical stock build also stroker builds are really just for getting more *** down low for torque if you are looking for something too just get more HP out of in bang for you're buck scenario I would recommend a head and cam combo and forced induction its simple and will give you good numbers just my 2 cents
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