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No just oil modifications and solid lifters plus better bottom end. Stroke doesn’t dictate that ability. More so oil system does.


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Stroke and rpm together dictate piston speed. If the piston speeds too high there's gonna be too much stress on the rotating assembly. I agree 8200 rpm is possible on stock stroke tho with a beefy bottom end.
 

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Stroke and rpm together dictate piston speed. If the piston speeds too high there's gonna be too much stress on the rotating assembly. I agree 8200 rpm is possible on stock stroke tho with a beefy bottom end.
From everything I thought I knew longer stroked engine tend to produce larger/more torque vs shorter stroke engines. After reading this article I learned a little more. I’ve always strived for a bore/stroke combo that was near square. Very good info here thanks guys.


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