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Unread 03-18-2009   #1 (permalink)
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Default stroker kit for 2.3L?

is there stroker kits for the 2.3L?? which brand is best?
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Racer Walsh, Inc. Home sells tons of 4 cylinder high perf stuff that will spark your interest.
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Depending on what journal size you have, If you can find a wrecked Ranger with a 2.5, use that crank with some 5.7" rods. This is a far cheaper crank to buy than one from Esslinger or Racer Walsh. Though they do sell some great stuff. Also, Speedway motors sells some 5.7" rods that are reasonably priced.
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is there stroker kits for the 2.3L?? which brand is best?
Ford 2.3 Stroker 2.5 Wiseco / Manley Rods Complete Kit [SUM1097] - $1,399.99 : NeedHP.com, :: A Division of Summit Technology ::

There you go. Right to the page. But IF you can find one at a junk yard, it would be ALOT cheaper. But everyone says go to the junkyard and pull a 2.3 turbo and do a swap. I got 5 huge junkyards here and none of them rarely get any 2.3 turbos. So, happy searching at your local junkyard.
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what engines have the right jurnal size b/c i am looking to do it to my 88 turbocoupe engine?
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