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New 4.2L mini-stroker recipes

Newbies, and basic Stroker Recipes... Get started with your first stroker here!!
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Re: New 4.2L mini-stroker recipes

Post by jpradcliffe » March 31st, 2018, 6:10 pm

Ok, that sounds great Russ! I'd also like to pick up the 68-235-4 cam on 114° lobe separation angle from you and did you say you make a spacer for the crankshaft snout as Well?

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Re: New 4.2L mini-stroker recipes

Post by Russ Pottenger » March 31st, 2018, 10:04 pm

Sounds good Josh.
I do make a keywayed billet aluminum spacer for your crankshaft.

Shoot me a call or email and I'll work on gettin some stuff out to ya.

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Re: New 4.2L mini-stroker recipes

Post by jpradcliffe » October 3rd, 2018, 7:11 pm

Awe man Russ. Now that I'm almost done with my build, i wish that i had gone with forged pistons instead of these SEALED POWER PISTONS (P/N: 677AP+.030)

Dang.

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