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Unread 04-11-2010, 11:59 PM   #1
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Weber carb on a 4.5 stroker

Let me start off by saying I love my carb'ed motor. So with that being said has any one biult a 4.5 stroker using a 4.0 block with the 4.2 rods an crankshaft and been able to keep using there stock 4.2 exaust and intake manifolds and there weber carb? Question two can I use the 4.2 cam shaft? This will be my first stroker biuld so any additional info would be great.

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Unread 04-12-2010, 12:00 PM   #2
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To get the best benifit from your stroker, I would go with the offy intake and holley TA 4 barrel and a header. I would also recomend comp cam X4250H for a screaming stroker. I installed these parts on my 258 witha 4.0 head swap and it was like a different engine, I don't miss a V-8. You don't have to add these parts to your stroker, however, why not get the most from your stroker now that you have went to the trouble to build a 4.5, get all the power available.
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