So I've seen lots of build threads over the years all in varying degree of power out come. I'm curious to know if anyone has tried to build a Non VVT 5.7 into a stroker using the 6.4 crank? I've recently come into a 6.4 crank (which is forged from factory) and started doing some research. I've seen guys put a 3.795 crank in 5.7's to get a 6.1. This idea is what lead me to believe that the 6.4 crank (3.72) should be able to drop in and create basically a 6.0. Pistons are readily available, but the rods present a problem sort of. I know that the Gen III Hemi rod big end is 2.125, this is close to the Chevy 2.100 pin size. My solution is to have a 6.4 crank turned down to a LS Chevy 2.100 rod size, and end up saving a ton of money in the process for strong rods. If anyone else has thought of this, or has attempted this, please comment. Tell me all of the problems you encountered, or if it is even possible. I'm just trying to make more power affordably. At the end of the day, if I can't do it, I can still use the crank in another application I'm considering, but I'd like to try something different like in the old days when folks took 440 cranks, and used them in 400 blocks, creating 451 monsters back in the day. If you've read this far thanks for reading, and I look forward to hearing any suggestions.