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post #1 of 2 Old 11-16-2011, 10:15 PM Thread Starter
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2.5L to 4.6L stroker build

I currently have the 2.5L in my 1995 and i got a 4.0L for free so i figured why not build it and throw it in instead of the 4 banger. I wanna make a 4.6L stoker, i have build an engine before but im have this one built for me. I'm getting the block baked and blasted. i just need a parts list for the motor because ive never built one before any help would be appreciated.

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2.5 , 4.6l stroker , help please , motor swap , YJ

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