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    Junior Member metalmulisha93's Avatar
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    Stroker conversion

    So just blew my top and bottom and and I'm curious what all it requires to do a stroker conversion I already have a DJ racing ported cylinder or jug the cool heads all banged up from when it went out but I have the original head thinking about boring it to a 68 mm stock right now and I was wondering what I would have to do if I put a stroker crank in it display spacer plate what what all is entailed

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    Senior Member american opel's Avatar
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    just need to swop crank,clearance the case's,and have the cylinder ported for the stroker crank.
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    Depending on stroke, you might have to the cases machined for clearance.

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    Good info, I may be stroking my 253 cc engine this winter, if do for rings etc.
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    Just for the sake of repetition, the cylinder MUST be ported for a stroked crank. Just spacing it up will give crappy results. The piston travels up and down farther.
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