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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-19-2010 Thread Starter
 
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2001 Mustang gt... getting stroked, help with install.

I am a rookie at all this car stuff. I have pulled the eninge at desrcibed in the haynes book. I was wondering if anyone has installed the new header before dropping the engine back in. I know there has to be an easier way. PLEASE, give be some tips.
Also, anyone ever installed the saleen stroker kit, if so was it worth it. I have gotten SO many different opinions.

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Headers are a lot easier to install with the engine out of the car. True.

Stroker kits CAN give a mild bump up in displacement and power. True. Mind you, the gains are relatively small compared to other engine families that allow for larger displacement gains.

I'm not familiar with a Saleen stroker kit. Sorry.


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i've also never heard of a saleen stroker kit, or any saleen forged rotating assembly for that matter. do you have a link to the kit you bought?

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