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Old 04-10-2005, 02:50   #1 (permalink)
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ford stroker is it streetable

has anyone used one of these 514 stroker mtrs 625 hp 9.8 to 1 comp, roller cammed mtrs.i am thinking of fitting one of these how streetable is this i have never used a rollercam before,car is not a daily driver and economy is of no importance,i want to drive to the strip, etcand drive home
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has anyone used one of these 514 stroker mtrs 625 hp 9.8 to 1 comp, roller cammed mtrs.i am thinking of fitting one of these how streetable is this i have never used a rollercam before,car is not a daily driver and economy is of no importance,i want to drive to the strip, etcand drive home
any info would be great,comments??? you can see this mtr at www.seanhylandmotorsport.com
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any info would be great,comments??? you can see this mtr at www.seanhylandmotorsport.com
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514 CUBIC INCH – 625 HP FORD RACING PERFORMANCE CRATE ENGINE ASSEMBLY
M-6007-D514*
Has Eagle® H-beam connecting rods M-6200-C514
625 HP @ 6250 RPM
600 ft./lbs. of torque @ 4800 RPM
9.8:1 compression ratio (nominal)
Sturdy 460 2-bolt main short block M-6009-D514
Cast nodular iron 4.300" stroker crank
Ford Racing forged aluminum dished pistons with full floating pins
Mechanical roller lifter camshaft with .647" lift, 254° intake and 258° exhaust duration @ .050" lobe lift
M-6049-SCJB “Super Cobra Jet” aluminum cylinder heads
M-9424-H429 “Victor Jr.” single plane intake manifold (requires Dominator carb)
1.73:1 ratio aluminum roller rocker arms

Sounds like a great strip/street engine. Being a solid roller it will need adjustment from time to time .Not sure if the cam is big enough to cause valve spring issues though.
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Re: ford stroker is it streetable

Shop around mate shm are about 30% more expensive than most other shops. I think DSS racing do complete engines as well.
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Shop around mate shm are about 30% more expensive than most other shops. I think DSS racing do complete engines as well.
am looking thanks for the input,dss site not showing mtr do you have a different web address
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am looking thanks for the input,dss site not showing mtr do you have a different web address
Haven't visited their site in about 18 months but i belive it was www.dssracing.com
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514 CUBIC INCH – 625 HP FORD RACING PERFORMANCE CRATE ENGINE ASSEMBLY
M-6007-D514*
Has Eagle® H-beam connecting rods M-6200-C514
625 HP @ 6250 RPM
600 ft./lbs. of torque @ 4800 RPM
9.8:1 compression ratio (nominal)
Sturdy 460 2-bolt main short block M-6009-D514
Cast nodular iron 4.300" stroker crank
Ford Racing forged aluminum dished pistons with full floating pins
Mechanical roller lifter camshaft with .647" lift, 254° intake and 258° exhaust duration @ .050" lobe lift
M-6049-SCJB “Super Cobra Jet” aluminum cylinder heads
M-9424-H429 “Victor Jr.” single plane intake manifold (requires Dominator carb)
1.73:1 ratio aluminum roller rocker arms

Sounds like a great strip/street engine. Being a solid roller it will need adjustment from time to time .Not sure if the cam is big enough to cause valve spring issues though.
i have started collecting bits and pieces i have got a probe, steel crank,probe forged pistons some cobrajet alloy heads eagle rods,vic jnr manifold kasse timing chain set and so on
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excellent.
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