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347 stroker kit

I am going to start on the maverick in a month or so. It will be a strret strip car. I plan on building a 347 stroker for it. I am going to use a 1977 302 out of a van as the block. Not sure on what heads I will run I want Afr 185's but not sure I can afford a set. Any opinions on this kit would be appreciated. It seems like a good deal to me
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Looks good to me. Save up for the AFR's.
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I am going to start on the maverick in a month or so. It will be a strret strip car. I plan on building a 347 stroker for it. I am going to use a 1977 302 out of a van as the block. Not sure on what heads I will run I want Afr 185's but not sure I can afford a set. Any opinions on this kit would be appreciated. It seems like a good deal to me
http://www.northernautoparts.com/Pro...ctModelId=7517
Hi,
The engine builder who has given me heaps of advice, has just put together a stroked engine using a bored and decked second hand block. The engine ran for an hour before seeping oil into the radiator. After a strip down the block was found to have a corrosion crack at the base of a cylinder due to the age of the block and lack of anti-rust used in the cooling system. Something to consider with a second hand block.
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