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429-460 Ford Stroker Kit

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429-460 Ford Stroker Kit

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  • This item is sold as a kit.

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What's in the Box

How about a 552 cubic inch monster motor for the street?  This rotating assembly allows you to turn your 429 or 460 Ford Big Block into a stump pulling monster. Kit includes a new 4-1/2" stroke Scat cast steel crankshaft, new 6.7" Scat I-beam connecting rods, Keith Black Hypereutectic pistons, Clevite rod and main bearings and plasma moly rings.

Pistons are available in .030 and .060 oversize which give you 545-552 cubic inches. 74cc heads yield 11.4-1 and 97cc is 9.8-1.  As with any stroker kit, you will need to check for clearance between connecting rods and block. This assembly will require balancing with your balancer and flywheel. This kit is externally balanced.


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Luke1974
forest lake ,minn

STOCK IS A CROCK

April 06, 2012
cheap way to build mega power,doesnt cost anymore than rebuilding a stock engineluke
Pros:
  • Improves Engine Efficiency
  • Increases Power
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

8 questions : 8 answers

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what is the top rated horsepower of this set up and is it compatible to run with turbo or nitrous? thanks

Austin20
August 26, 2014

what is the top rated horsepower of this set up and is it compatible to run with turbo or nitrous? thanks

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August 26, 2014
EricM
This kit does not have a stated horsepower rating. The items included are a cast steel crankshaft, forged I beam connecting rods, and hypereutectitc pistons. Personally I would use this kit for applications up to about 600 horsepower. The hypereutectic pistons are not well suited for any sort of turbo or nitrous application.
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what style of piston does this kit come with?

Austin20
August 23, 2014

what style of piston does this kit come with?

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August 25, 2014
EricM
This kit comes with Keith Black Hypereutectic pistons part number 474402. They have a 20.5cc dish and will provide the following compression ratio depending upon cylinder head size. 76cc head 11.1 to 1 82cc head 10.5 to 1 91cc head 9.8 to 1 97cc head 9.4 to 1
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what would the RPM range be for this set up?

Austin20
August 21, 2014

what would the RPM range be for this set up?

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August 21, 2014
EricM
There isn't any maximum RPM listed for this kit but I would personally keep it to about 6,000 to 7,000 max. The added stroke will give you huge amounts of torque even at an idle RPM.
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will stock dove heads run ok with this kit? kinda on a budget will stock dove heads run ok with this kit? kinda on a budget

gunfighterzero
Louisville, KY, USA
June 10, 2014

will stock dove heads run ok with this kit? kinda on a budget will stock dove heads run ok with this kit? kinda on a budget

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June 12, 2014
EricM
This kit will work with stock heads and if you have 97cc heads you net 9.8 to 1 which would be the max for pump gas. If you have the 74cc your ratio would be 11.4 to one which would be too high to run on pump gas. Determine which heads you have to verify if the stroker kit will work for you.
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what is the Pilot Bushing Size

hemihotrod
September 10, 2013

what is the Pilot Bushing Size

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September 10, 2013
Jason
The crankshaft in this Ford stroker kit has a hole of 1.375" which is the same as the 460 crank from 1971 and up.
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what pistons does the kit use ford or chevy to fit the 6.700 chevy rods

lucky
November 25, 2012

what pistons does the kit use ford or chevy to fit the 6.700 chevy rods

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November 26, 2012
Jason
This kit uses piston part #474402(KB #402). This is a Ford piston that is step dish style.
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I am interested in purchasing this kit. Currently my engine is stock. Will i be able to mix and match pistons etc. to be able to run turbos or nitrous? Thanks!

Sandman
April 27, 2015

I am interested in purchasing this kit. Currently my engine is stock. Will i be able to mix and match pistons etc. to be able to run turbos or nitrous? Thanks!

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April 28, 2015
Eric
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We do not recommend turbo chargers or nitrous to be used along with this stroker kit. Sorry we do not have the correct pistons for this kit to use power adders like that.
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Can I use the balancer and flex plate off my external balanced 460 on my internal balanced 460 has that is the motor I'm rebuilding ? Or just use the balancer and flex plate off the early motor ?

Green horn
Granville , Ohio
June 12, 2015

Can I use the balancer and flex plate off my external balanced 460 on my internal balanced 460 has that is the motor I'm rebuilding ? Or just use the balancer and flex plate off the early motor ?

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June 12, 2015
Brian
Expert
The stroker kit we offer is designed to be used as an externally balanced engine. It will need to be taken to the a machine shop and balanced with your flexplate/flywheel. Internally balancing it would require considerable heavy metal and might not be practical, however you should discuss this with his machine shop that is going to do the balancing.
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