347 stroker kits typically require slight notching to the bottom of the cylinder to clear the rod bolts because of the added stroke. 331 kits typically do not require this modification.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
This 347 stroker kit is compatible with Trick Flow heads. The one thing that you must be mindful of, is the size of the cam you want to run. If you were wanting to run the Trick-Flow Stage 1 camshaft, you will be just fine. Anything larger than that, you will run into a piston-to-valve clearance issue. In that case, you have to modify the the valve reliefs on the piston for additional clearance.
Just always remember, anytime you do anything involving heads and cams ALWAYS check your piston-to-valve clearance.
Answered by Tim R. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
These will handle boost and nitrous just fine, but you will have to ensure that your overall compression ratio is safe enough to do that. The heads, cam and such will help dictate that.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
The heads an cam you are looking at using will be restricting the potential of this motor. you would probably be making a little over 300hp with adequate supporting modifications. Changing to a better flowing head and more aggressive camshaft profile will gain you quite a bit more power than the GT40 heads an E-cam set up.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
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