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    Who else is getting a new stroker over the winter??

    I've got a PWR 395 long block coming soon and since I'm so confident that Johan can tune anything... It's got a 112LSA stroker cam in it.

    I can't wait!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adanac Charger View Post
    I've got a PWR 395 long block coming soon and since I'm so confident that Johan can tune anything... It's got a 112LSA stroker cam in it.

    I can't wait!!
    I'm quite certain that's cake for Johan........
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    Congrats man ..... I'm not getting a stroker, but working on a Procharger install project


    So going to be blown, not stroked ..... can't have everything (at least not yet )

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    YOU SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!But serious congrats maybe when mine gets payed for I can step up, until than where is my octane booster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCharger View Post
    I'm quite certain that's cake for Johan........
    Good to hear. I kind of figured that... but I did lose some sleep over choosing what to go with.

    Quote Originally Posted by AWD_Gabe View Post
    Congrats man ..... I'm not getting a stroker, but working on a Procharger install project


    So going to be blown, not stroked ..... can't have everything (at least not yet )
    Getting blown might even be better!!

    Quote Originally Posted by tick2791 View Post
    YOU SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!But serious congrats maybe when mine gets payed for I can step up, until than where is my octane booster.
    My stroker's going to suck... about 3,200 times per minute right before it shifts.

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    stroked and blown
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWDON View Post
    stroked and blown
    Yes, both is always best.

    They go hand in hand very well

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    Me too!

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    I have a pwr custom 393 on the way. Olvier rods custom je pistons with all the coating on them, And a scat crank. Throwing a pair of turbos behind it as well as my direct port system.
    Time to take flying lessons
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    I ordered a PWR426 Long block 9:1 compression with blower cam during the black friday sale. Thinking about putting a Kenne Bell kit on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8yourM5 View Post
    I have a pwr custom 393 on the way. Olvier rods custom je pistons with all the coating on them, And a scat crank. Throwing a pair of turbos behind it as well as my direct port system.
    Time to take flying lessons
    Gesus man... Can't wait for that build!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShakeNBake426 View Post
    I ordered a PWR426 Long block 9:1 compression with blower cam during the black friday sale. Thinking about putting a Kenne Bell kit on it.
    Sounds like one helluva combo shake... The only thing that puts me off about the KB unit is the custom fab work needed with the Jeep. If Adam and I were closer, this would be my ultimate plan of attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Higshemi View Post
    Gesus man... Can't wait for that build!!!!



    Sounds like one helluva combo shake... The only thing that puts me off about the KB unit is the custom fab work needed with the Jeep. If Adam and I were closer, this would be my ultimate plan of attack.
    The fab work kinda turned me off at first too, but with the motor being pulled and my dad and brother both being mechanics at the family body shop, I figured its not gonna be that bad. Plus, with Adams kits for the jeeps, they are complete kits and come with alot of the parts already fabricated and include great directions and templates for what needs to be done ( So Ive been told). So time will tell lol.

    I know your staying N/A, but you're still gonna have one hell of a Jeep

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    I am putting a proposal together for two 392 forged long blocks which will go into my SRT Charger and Challenger respectively. The Challenger already has the Techco SC and the Charger will get a Stage II Procharger. The builds will include upgraded tranny and rear end for the Charger. I will keep the 6-speed tranny and 392 Track Pak in the Challenger. Of course you got to feed them and Forefuel hats, etc, etc, will also be purchased. Got to monitor the best gauges will be needed. The list is endless!! Now that I have committed myself in type, let the games began!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShakeNBake426 View Post
    The fab work kinda turned me off at first too, but with the motor being pulled and my dad and brother both being mechanics at the family body shop, I figured its not gonna be that bad. Plus, with Adams kits for the jeeps, they are complete kits and come with alot of the parts already fabricated and include great directions and templates for what needs to be done ( So Ive been told). So time will tell lol.

    I know your staying N/A, but you're still gonna have one hell of a Jeep
    I'll have to shoot Adam off a message and get details on the kit and what exactly needs to be done. I may just bump the comp down a bit... never know. I can change direction in a heartbeat.

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    I have one in planning stages for late summer start.

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