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Old 05-04-2011, 12:18 AM   #1
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RKLOEHN'S FORDSTROKERS 363 BUILD!!!!

ok so im finally ready to start putting this this together. just got my motor this last sunday from jim down at fordstrokers. i cannot stess enough how good jim and his guys are down there and how much attention to detail they pay unbelieveable!!. jim and nicole are great people and i appreciate all they have done for me.

here is a run down on the motor and supporting parts

World man o war block 363 zero balance
9:1 custom wiesco pistons
scat h beams with arp 2000 bolts
forged crank
comp linked lifters
comp custom billet solid roller by brian freezy
5/16 .120 wall rods
TW 205's with upgrades from TEA
harland sharp 1.7 shaft rockers
innovators west zero balancer w/ crank trigger
TFS r lower ported by tmoss
TFS box 90mm upper
accufab 90mm tb
afm powerpipe
abaco 97mm

fuel system:
running E85
weldon db2025a pump
sumped tank
-10 feed -8 return
bbrc y block
bbrc rails
83lb injectors
weldon 2040 regulator
weldon 14000 pump controller

ignition:
msd 6al2 programmable
PMS4 with 3 bar
using msd prodata software for timing thru crank trigger

power adder:
paxton novi 1200i
8"crank pulley
3.15 blower pulley
AIS stage 2 meth injection
pre and post injection

trans:
tremec 3550 till it blows then built tko600 or mmr tko 900

front suspension:
UPR moly k member,a arms
coil overs 170lb
strange 10 ways

rear:
kenny brown track kit

lots more im sure

im sure im forgetting a few things but you guys get the jist. i spent mega money on this dont even ask me how much i have lost track!!

here are a few pics to start and many more to come!!!!






rear hatch area


engine bay


more photos to come!!!!!
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:31 AM   #2
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I'm digging the Harland Sharp shaft rockers. I have a set of T&D for the TW heads and they are 2 piece. HS looks like a much better design.

What sort of HP goals are you looking for?
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I'm digging the Harland Sharp shaft rockers. I have a set of T&D for the TW heads and they are 2 piece. HS looks like a much better design.

What sort of HP goals are you looking for?
im hoping to hit 700rwhp but not sure if my blower will do it for me. i think i have all the supporting parts matched to do it
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Very nice!!
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This is going to sound really weird, but what kind of coil are you running? I've been looking for a blue one and can't find one to save my life.
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This is going to sound really weird, but what kind of coil are you running? I've been looking for a blue one and can't find one to save my life.
its a msd blaster hvc coil part number 8252. for any 6 series box
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Very nice looking, very nice looking wire job too. Congrats!
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Where did the p/s bracket and timing pointer come from?

Wiring does look nice and functional.
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Where did the p/s bracket and timing pointer come from?

Wiring does look nice and functional.
ps bracket is nothing but a cheap ebay one. they look nice and seem rigid although ive heard that the recessed bolt holes eventually break thru. the plate is 1/2" thick but where the bolts go thru because its recessed its only like 1/8" thick maby 3/16".

timing pointer is just a ford motorsports aluminum
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i am an electrician by trade so making the wiring visual and pretty was a must!!!!
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Very nice setup, what rpm do you plan on turning it to? I am building a very similar setup right now that will be N/A, but can you give a vague duration spec on the cam so I can get an idea of how big you went with your build. Also weren't you planning on using Jesel J2K rockers based on your sig, why the change to the Harland Sharps, just curious because I plan on using Jesel on my build.
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Very nice setup, what rpm do you plan on turning it to? I am building a very similar setup right now that will be N/A, but can you give a vague duration spec on the cam so I can get an idea of how big you went with your build. Also weren't you planning on using Jesel J2K rockers based on your sig, why the change to the Harland Sharps, just curious because I plan on using Jesel on my build.
i dont have my cam card in front of me now i will get back to you on specs. its a street car so probably wont see much over 6500. cam is setup for 6800.

funny story on the jesel setup. i bought them off my buddy a year ago when he decided to run nmra real street. since then they allowed for shaft rockers and asked if i would sell them back to him and being the nice guy i am i did. so i then went to a 1.7 comp stud rocker with girdle and there were fittment issues so i got mad and bought a set of HS shafts(just couldnt swing a new set of jesels which were my 1st choice). so thats where i sit. the HS shafts are way over kill for the street but give me room to grow.
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1.7 comp stud rocker with girdle and there were fittment issues so i got mad and bought a set of HS shafts.
Nice build thread, that motor should scream.

You speak of fittment issues regarding the Comp stuff. Can you elaborate?
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