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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

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DO NOT USE COMP CAMS ROLLERS!!! They uncover the oil gallery and blow off all the oil pressure!
What lift was the cam?
I know many running the Comp lifters including my self and they work great.
I'm putting out above 550hp with it in my 408 stroker with alloy heads etc.


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Hello. I am new here and I have a big problem. I purchased a SCAT FORD forged crank superlight 4340. The # is 4-351C-3500-6000-3. We are just doing the motor and found out, that the timing chain for a Cleveland do not fit. We asked SCAT and they said, we have a use a Windsor Timing Chain. There will be 2 different out there one with roller cam and one w/o. We need the timing chain w/o roller cam. SCAT give us two #: TCS 350 CS and TCS 350 CP. They will com from Australia. Any ideas ? Any Information will help ! Michael++
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Hello. I am new here and I have a big problem. I purchased a SCAT FORD forged crank superlight 4340. The # is 4-351C-3500-6000-3. We are just doing the motor and found out, that the timing chain for a Cleveland do not fit. We asked SCAT and they said, we have a use a Windsor Timing Chain. There will be 2 different out there one with roller cam and one w/o. We need the timing chain w/o roller cam. SCAT give us two #: TCS 350 CS and TCS 350 CP. They will com from Australia. Any ideas ? Any Information will help ! Michael++
Welcome to the forum futureboss351!

Give these guys a call, PAVTEK in Melbourne, Australia. They do lots of Scat stroker kit engine builds and should be able to send you the right part.

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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

Hi there, has anyone used a 383 Procomp stoker kit? are they any good or jus cheep crap?
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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

I think there's maybe one guy?

Their quality is really on the dodgy side on MANY if their items. I just couldn't justify spending all the other cash that goes with a stroker motor and have that thing inside it. I just don't trust them!

Same with their heads and manifolds. They are definite absolute crap. Their advertising campaingn spins them right up and compares them with the best racing products!

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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

Scat 3.850 crank needed spacer for timing chain alignment. Approx. 3/4? inch (rollmaster). P.S. carb reccomendation for 393,2v iron ,rpm air gap,292h,3.6 9" ,1500kg XB ?
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Scat 3.850 crank needed spacer for timing chain alignment. Approx. 3/4? inch (rollmaster). P.S. carb reccomendation for 393,2v iron ,rpm air gap,292h,3.6 9" ,1500kg XB ?
The Rollmaster CS3130 has the correct windsor diameter which is the size on the 4340 steel Scat stroker cranks. The CS3130 is also the correct width so no seperate spacer is required.

I'd use a 750HP carby. I have a 408 stroker and still use the 750 which is good enough up to 600hp.

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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

I am about to start my stroker build.

MME 4340 Forged Crankshaft
Scat 4340 Forged H Beam rods
Probe flat tops

a kit from MME that from what i read in multiple forums and the guys at MME said, just drops in no mods. very good price too. Any body use a stroker kit from MME?

the rest of the build will consist of

Chi 225cc cylinder heads
Chi dominator manifold
1050 dominator or king demon
cam will be a solid roller, and any spec suggestions??

car is a 3800 lb mustang, c-6, street strip car. Thanks.


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I am about to start my stroker build.

MME 4340 Forged Crankshaft
Scat 4340 Forged H Beam rods
Probe flat tops
What stroke are you getting? I assume 3.85 with the flat tops?
The 4" stroke with flat tops will be getting up there in compression.

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Re: 302/351C Stroker Info

Sorry it would have been helpful if I said it was a 408. Yes it is a 4" stroke, I know the compression will be high.


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