building a 2.3 stroker

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sikblugsx
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November 12, 2005

anybody out there have one? know anybody with one?
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November 12, 2005

I know of two guys building them at the present time. One is going to be a winter car, and the other ripss up the streets by this race strip near pete's tavern in a little town in western PA. If you want i can give you their contact information so you can talk to them about it.
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November 12, 2005

best bet is to go to a dsm board
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November 18, 2005

what do you want to know?how to build it or just who has it. a lot of the time people run them and dont say anything about it.
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November 22, 2005

just curious if anyone on here had one I already have most of my parts for mine, just need to have the block bored and buy valves and springs
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November 23, 2005

they suck :wink: j/k watch which rods you use. some hit the bottom of the cylinder and sqiurters, some hit the main cap bridges. i had 1 set hit elsewhere in the block by the balance shaft (manley i think). it depends on the design of the rod. (beam and rod cap thickness) you'll have to assemble, find where they hit and remove material from the block. my 2 cents from experience.
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November 25, 2005

sounds like a intresting idea, would produce alot of torque. we are talkin about a b series right??



edit: ha i am so honda crazy!! but yea that would still yeild alot of torque from a DSM as well
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November 01, 2006

if your stroking the motor why do you need to have your block bored? stroke is up, bore is out, so are you 2.3l stroker or 2.3 bore kit?
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November 01, 2006

I'm guessing without the cylinders bored a little the rod may strike the bottom of the cylinder after the stroke is added?

Just a guess.
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November 01, 2006

well it shouldnt. Because you get a new crank with the kit, the crank size is different which should change the rod stroke angles.
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