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Old 04-13-2007, 11:44 AM   #1
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Those following my performance parts thread may have caught on that I got a little worried about having bent a crank and bought another L67 motor.

Now..a GP buddy might need it..but I might end up doing something with it...

Hmmm what could I do for my bonne.
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do the big bore on it, them put all the parts off the current one onto it, and install
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I also remember you making mention of confirming a stroker kit somewhere down the line......I bet thats where your headed with this thread!!

Or if you want to PIF, you could always put that spare L67 in the "Tony" pile along with the 3.5 Pulley and 715 Belt
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Put it in my car
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Put it in my car
Think the rust would hold it?
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As far as the stroker goes, from what i've read on the ZZP stroker kit they are not recommending it be used with any great amount of boost. I believe they said 6-10 pounds you will be fine but that the kit was really designed for NA applications. Any idea if the proposed Intense kit is going to be the same way?
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From the looks of it..this thread is DOA.

A local GP buddy needs a bottom end and is probably taking the entire motor off my hands.
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As far as the stroker goes, from what i've read on the ZZP stroker kit they are not recommending it be used with any great amount of boost. I believe they said 6-10 pounds you will be fine but that the kit was really designed for NA applications. Any idea if the proposed Intense kit is going to be the same way?

well ZZP is gonna get owned then....Intense has a Proto 4.1-4.3L storker kit....designed for big boost applications
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it should. it held my motor in with 2 body mounts broken
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