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Theres a 5.7 345cu base vvt motor that is at 427cu. (not 426)
I asked the same thing about how the builder got to those cu and if there was over heating issues, or was it an oil burner. Answer, NO None. ?
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Unless I'm mistaken, isn't this similar to the motor that Stack Performance is running in Sam Hubinette's Challenger?
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Originally Posted by war machine xxl View Post
Funny, I've actually been emailing "shophemi" to coordinate to have the 5.7 to 410 stroker kit shipped internationally....(forged internals)

And yeah having a base 5.7 block bored out to 6.7 seems risky... I'll keep you guys posted on progress, but it probably wont happen for a few weeks.
Bringing back an old post. But i didnt read anything about the piston size being different... not just a simple stroker kit. I know the size difference is great but im just curious

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Since the 6.4 is a bored and stroked 5.7, is anyone stroking the 6.4? If that's the case, stroking a 5.7 past 400ci shouldn't be a big deal...?
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Originally Posted by Flat Top View Post
Theres a 5.7 345cu base vvt motor that is at 427cu. (not 426)
I asked the same thing about how the builder got to those cu and if there was over heating issues, or was it an oil burner. Answer, NO None. ?
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I have a 5.7 based 427,4.25 stroke and 4.00 bore. Great motor NO OIL BURNING!
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You can bore it...you can stroke it...or you can get real, and bolt on a Procharger and get 100... take it to the bank HP.

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I have a 5.7 based 427,4.25 stroke and 4.00 bore. Great motor NO OIL BURNING!
Who makes a forged kit to take a 345 to 427? And how much?

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Originally Posted by kbr577 View Post
I have a 5.7 based 427,4.25 stroke and 4.00 bore. Great motor NO OIL BURNING!
What kind of HP and torque are you getting with that engine?

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Originally Posted by kbr577 View Post
I have a 5.7 based 427,4.25 stroke and 4.00 bore. Great motor NO OIL BURNING!
I seen it in the lx forum. Was for sale. I think was 7500 bucks. Had hardly no miles and built by one of our vendors, MM i think. I was going to buy it but it wouldnt make as good of a blower motor as it was built for NA.
The stroke over the bore is what made it not as good for FI from what was explained to me.
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The cost to forge a 5.7 or a 410 are about the same FYI the only addianal cost is the machining of the block. Forge Pistons are about the same no matter what the size unless you are looking for something custom.
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