Extreme stroker kit.....

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Extreme stroker kit.....

Post  Tennessee Bullitt on November 1st 2012, 6:29 pm

Have any of you guys seen this setup. What would you use a stroke like this for? I'd bet that thing will shredded some weak parts that are hooked up to it. Very Happy

Pretty cool...

X-Treme Mountain Motor Kit
Big Block Ford 460

Our X-Treme Mountain Kits include:•Billet 4.650 stroke Crank
•H-Beam Rods
•Forged Pistons (available in different bores and compression).
- These kits will fit into a BBF STOCK 460 block with ANY bore.
- Cranks have center counterweights and have a 302 small snout.

You will have a MASSIVE 577 cubes with a STOCK block, creating torque to pull down a building, and the Horse power to boot!!!
(Aftermarket blocks with larger bores get up to 633 inches!)

Part #: XTREME-MM-KIT
Prices: Complete kits start at only $3569………
(A billet crank available anywhere else is $2900 alone - which makes this kit an unbelievable deal!!!!!!)

Customize YOUR Kit: You get the crank, rods and forged pistons in your Kit already, customize it for even more power easily by adding one or more of our many upgrades available for your engine to this kit… just give us a call!

That is a Flatlander Racing mountain kit.
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Post  Fist_Full_Of_Dollars on November 1st 2012, 9:46 pm

Two words

Snake Oil
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Post  dfree383 on November 2nd 2012, 1:49 am

Billet SCAT can get bigger
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Post  Fist_Full_Of_Dollars on November 2nd 2012, 6:49 am

dfree383 wrote:Billet SCAT can get bigger

True. But with a stock block and that stroke I'd bet it would be a piston scuffing SOB. Nothing wrong with the SCAT billet in my book, I bought a mid weight SCAT BILLET one ( 3 grades at the time, standard, lightweight, and super light) 8-9 years ago amd it was a tad over $2400 then.
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