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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-24-2003, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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Building a stroker

Hey guys, just jumped over from the jeep board.

A buddy has got a Bronco he's rebuilding. He heard he could take a 351 winsor block and put in a 400 modified crank with V-6 Crysler rods and Chevy .30 over pistons to build a stroked motor with only a little block work. Is this correct? He has been unable to verify that this setup would work. Any help or thoughts would be appreciated.

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Re: Building a stroker

i have never heard of that way of getting a stoker but i am currently finishing up my 393 with a 393 crank, stock height 302 pistons and stock connecting rods to get a 351W to a 393W......
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Re: Building a stroker

For anyone interested... I posted the same question to the Jeep short wheel base board and got some great responses. In fact, PAW make a kit and detailed tech report how to do this conversion.


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