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Posted by K.C.K on April 28, 2000 at 21:48:13:

In Reply to: Stroker parts (what is needed, cost, source?) posted by Corey Turner on April 28, 2000 at 11:11:36:

Corey, I have been thinking of starting a rebuild program here shortly, when space allows. I'm thinking of a 2.5 Ltr. 12 or 24 Valve, 3 series motor. Going to 2.7 crank, and 292 cam w/3 40 dcoe's. Ambition I guess. If I can get to 175 Hp I will be happy.
74 Tii

: I've been starting to think about rebuilding the old block I have, I'm still attracted to the S14 idea but it will be awhile till my budget spools up that high. Either is a sometime in the future type job but I can start to keep my eye open for parts.

: So, in the meantime, just for daydream's sake, what am I looking at for the s14 crank and shorter conrods? Any other parts necessary for the job? Besides the new pistons...

: And while we are on the subject, what is the largest mahle cast piston you can get, as opposed to the JE forged pistons. Just curious, I know some of you (Delk) swear by the forged pistons but I understand there is a signifigant amount of oil burned in the warmup of the engine, as well as a definite need to let the car idle to warm.

: I try to do that now but I cant say I always let her warm up the way I should.

: And, finally, just for kicks, anyone know the costs on the stroker parts for the S14? can you put that crank in the m10?

: Corey

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