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Old 09-16-2003, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default Crower B Series Stroker Kit?

I have a B18a1 block sitting at home I would like to get people's comments on the Crower Stroker kit for any of those who have used it. Is it really worth $2,300. I plan on going with option 4, so that would include making my block a 1.9 gonna use a B16 head hoping for 400-500whp using a smaller Precision turbo and not too much boost say maybe 15psi because of the increased displacement and slightly higher compression. I think it can be done successfully. The smaller turbo should yield a faster spool and be very responsive due to the CR. But is it worth the money. Oh yeah I'm gonna use Benson sleeves I like the fact of not making an open deck motor closed. I wanna try and stay as stock as possible with the setup. So your honest opinions please on the stroker kit and my theory. Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size. ?
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PLEASE HELP ME OUT HERE FELLAS!!!!!!!!!
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ill keep the stock stroke for only 400-500whp

just run 10:1 comp with a turbo with a .63 stage 3 turbine
get you a set of cams , intake manifold good ex manifold it should be easy to get 450whp and still have boost by 4500rpms

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What's your point?
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