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Old 08-01-2008, 01:20 PM   #1
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Question Guys who have bought/experienced fordstrokers.com

Hey guys, I have been searching for stroker engines from different places like T&L, DSS, and Blueprint Engines and have found that they have had bad reviews, I even found where ford racing crate engines had some trouble. But I havent herd anything BAD about fordstrokers.com and their engines. They seem to be dedicated to "what you want" and have great communication and care about what they build. I have tried to email them but it just isn't working for some reason.

What have been your experiences with them?

I know they have 331/347/408/418/427 strokers
I was going to talk to him about a 331 possibly a 347 since they build them with the 5.315 rods
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get the 347 if you are going to do it. There is no reason to leave 20-25 hp on the table going with the 331......
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great prices, parts and service. Give Jim a PM aka "strokeme" on this forum.
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Jim is GREAT to work with.

He is VERY busy though... give him some time to get back to you.
He will.

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Top notch...... have purchased (for my customers).... a 347 stroker kit, 2 balancers, a Liberator 347 SBF and a 408 stroker kit is next.
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