Should always send the block and rotating assembly to be clearance checked and balanced to ensure the smoothest long lasting assembly available. I am sure you can probably drop it in there and do a visual check but for the cost to have the work done its well worth it.
Not the type of clearances I'm talking about. IE when you build a 383 Chevy you have to cut into the block so that the rods will clear the side of the block and the lower portion of the bore. 350 chevy was never designed to go to 3.75 stroke so you have to cut into the block and bore. was wondering if the new hemis where the same?. Balancing the rotating assembly is common fair. I haven't broken in to these new hemis yet. I use to be a Chevy guy and have built a couple hundred motor. But I can find very little info on the Gen III hemi. I was hoping some one here could talk to technically on block clearance (Not bearing clearance) if any.
I am eyeing a stroker kit (this MMX one or this Arrington one) to convert my stock 6.4L (I've got a 2017 SRT 392) into a 426 and have a few questions. It looks like the kit comes with the crankshaft, rods, and pistons. Would I need to replace my stock camshaft at all for this to work? I'd like...
Hey everyone. I found this kit on Modern Muscle Xtreme for the following:
454 HEMI Stroker Engine- 6.4L Based by Modern Muscle Performance
The MMX Standard Features!• Performance Tri-Metal Anti-Friction Coated Rod Bearings
• Performance Tri-Metal Main Bearings
• 4.250 Stroke Molnar Crankshaft...
Realistic HP numbers from a 392 (6.4) to 426 or 440 stroker upgrade & other questions
I have been tossing around the idea of upgrading my 2015 392 to a 426 or 440.
With research I have found that staying with the 392 or going up to the 426 is better if i plan on going up to a supercharger...