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« on: September 21, 2007, 12:09:29 pm »

hi fellas just wondering if i can install a turbo set up in an 347 stroker, come guy tell me that i can?t do that because the higher compression of the stroker, can i do it or not?
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« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2007, 12:49:05 pm »

well need to know alot more, what piston, what is the cc of the head, what head gasket, where is the piston in relation to the deck etc.. Typical 347's using a flat top are in the 10:1 cr area
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« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2007, 01:07:49 pm »

Well the stroker kit that i use is the last list in the below link

http://www.strokermotor.com/RA347.htm

i have a GT-40 heads whit the stock type head gasket, the deck is stock from a 85 h.o 302 engine, im using a E-303 cam, whit a 1.7 roller rokers crane cams arms, and a stealth intake whit a 750 demon carburetor and a 6al inginiton long custom fit headers whit flow master 40 series muflers 2/14 pipes. what do you think?
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« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2007, 05:06:06 pm »

Well the stroker kit that i use is the last list in the below link

http://www.strokermotor.com/RA347.htm

i have a GT-40 heads whit the stock type head gasket, the deck is stock from a 85 h.o 302 engine, im using a E-303 cam, whit a 1.7 roller rokers crane cams arms, and a stealth intake whit a 750 demon carburetor and a 6al inginiton long custom fit headers whit flow master 40 series muflers 2/14 pipes. what do you think?

I think if you put a turbo on it, you'll need a new hood.

This is after the heads blow off of the short block and send'em straight up in the air.

-Too high of compression with iron heads
-Wrong cam timing
-Heads are way too small

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