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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-18-12, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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confused 351W to 418 stroker build

Guys I need your input on my plans for building a 418 Windsor stroker .I have a 351 94 mod roller block standard bore.These are my thoughts for bottom end so far.Take block out 0.30 scat 4340 crank scat H beam rods SRP pistons.this is where I am stuck.need to run on pump gas so with afr 225 heads is 11: 1 ratio safe. Have been told to use 6.200 SB chev rods and.-22 piston dome for 11:1.but when I go to SRP web site it indicates to use 6.125 rod lengths and -28 dome volume.as I am a simple prick this has thrown me. Will also have girdle . High volume oil pump and hydraulic roller cam combo chasin 550 to 600hp car will be used to drive to and from work most times other an that ???? To enjoy.. Any information on this would be appreciated its my first stroker all new to me .

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-16-12, 03:55 PM
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Re: 351W to 418 stroker build

.. Did you ever do this? There's more than one way to skin a cat or make a bigger engine, that's why you saw a slightly different formula for reaching the same goal. Likely a 408", not a 418". You just have to stick to one plan all the way through.
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