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It's not a kit. I pieced it out.
Doh! Good catch oh builder of Chevy big blocks! F it, call Icon and have some made. The longer cranks are the same price at 440source.
Awesome!!! Thanks, I'll definitely need to have a closer look now! That's a friggin good price! Man I can almost feel that low bucks torque already.
We researched 427 pistons for a 383 stroker , no worky
Nothing that couldn't be solved though...
Pickup interference above 4.15, if you use Mopar rods. Use a crank with 2.2 rod journals for BBC rods, 4 3/8 fits. I'm building a 440 based 522, 4 3/8 crank, 7.1 rat rods, Ross pistons.
I'm definitely going to have to dig around the 440 source site now. I mean that's a long arm there. Can you say 500 ft lb at 2500 rpm?
I'd also price line boring block and fitting caps to fit a stock 440 crank if you've already got one. At least worth considering.
37's and a rear D60 with enough power for a 4wd burnout? Might want to rethink that rear D60, get a cheap 14BFF instead, that 60 won't last if that's the abuse it sees. (Also a Jeep guy here, broken many axles)
Yep, I'd have to agree 440 source is the lowest cost. There are a few other options size wise available. 451 is a great choice.
13 year old inner self visionary vs reality are often very different matters
Mopar Muscle did some comprehensive testing...& porting.... on the BB production heads. I still have the magazines. From what I recall, once ported they were all pretty close in flow #s.
Yeah the problem is I know Jack about real head porting. Beyond mild bowl blending and maybe a little port matching I'd get out of my depth real quick
Lowest cost stroker 426 ci. would be offset grinding a 383 crank to bbc rod journals, use a 6.70 connecting rod & 1.485 compression height Pistons from 440 source That would put your piston .015 under deck & leave it If you wanted to step up to a bigger cubic inch later add a 3.915 stroke crank to make a 470. Just a thought, or offset a 440 crank to bbc and same rod, just use a 1.32 ch piston