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Old 01-29-2010, 11:07 PM
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does anyone know what size crank and rods to use to get a "stroked mopar" i want around 405 cubic inches thanks
 
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what block are you starting with? in the mopar book it says that a 3.79 stroke and 4.125 bore will give you 405 cubic inches.
 
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i have a 360 i got a scat crank with 4.00 stroke and the stock is 3.79 right i am sure i will have to get the block machined to fit the 4.00
 

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