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    IS there a BIG BORE kit for rxp

    What The Biggest Piston We Can Fit In There Right Know ...where Do We Get Them
    Any One Have Result With This...

    How About A Stroke Kit...
    I Heard Ppg Has A 1750 Cc Kit Can This Be Baught Off The Shelf Does'it Contain Big Piston Or Big Pistons And Stoke...


    Just Want To Know


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    Its impossible to go to 1750 cc's without having a stroked crank.

    I have heard about the so called 1750's, but NOBODY has ever seen one

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    so what the biggest we can do

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    I think a stroker would be interesting. Serious low end grunt especially with the blower.

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    While there is definately room to stroke the crank the costs associated with it would steer most anyone away. In my opinion there are more economical methods available right now for us to produce 350+ hp without having to resort to stroking. Stroker motors do not live well at high RPM's either so the trade off in reliability would not be worth it.

    I think Mark Underwood figured you could safely bore the block to achieve about 1600 CC's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    While there is definately room to stroke the crank the costs associated with it would steer most anyone away. In my opinion there are more economical methods available right now for us to produce 350+ hp without having to resort to stroking. Stroker motors do not live well at high RPM's either so the trade off in reliability would not be worth it.

    I think Mark Underwood figured you could safely bore the block to achieve about 1600 CC's.
    From my understanding, a bored motor if balanced right should take away some bottom but, add to the top end. And we don't need any more bottom end. It's hard to find a combo for the prop already.

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    I agree Jawz. Way too much bottom end right now. I think a turbo setup would be perfect. I need a little lag out of the hole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    I need a little lag out of the hole

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    I prefer a little hole to lag

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