Engine Build

Discussion in '94-04 - V6 Specific' started by 97six, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. 97six

    97six Active Member

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    Yesterday I started on my 4.2/4.3 stroker build. The new engine will have super six's 4.2 or 4.3 stroker kit along with a cam, i would like to get heads too but i dont know if ill have the amount of money needed by the end of the summer to pay for it all. here are some pictures of yesterday's work.

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    the oil that was in the engine
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    engine after cleaning with out power steering/alternator bracket, idler pulley/condensor bracket, water pump pulley, and crank pulley
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    engine without lower intake manifold and water pump
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    engine without valve covers
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    driver side head
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    passenger side head
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    under intake manifold
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  2. BoogieStangConv

    BoogieStangConv New Member

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    GAH!! That Oil looked disgusting!!!! :eek:

    It looks really good so far man, good-luck with the whole process. You'll be getting plenty of Torque out of that thing now :lol:
     
  3. sleptr42

    sleptr42 New Member

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    I just picked up a 4.2 stroker engine from Super Six for my 95 Mustang. It look good.. I cant wait to get it in
     
  4. gabe8496

    gabe8496 New Member

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    wow...did you have a blown hg?

    Congrats on the 4.2/4.3L move. I will be there starting late this year...
     
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    white98stang Active Member

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    nice keep us posted
     
  6. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Sweet man, good luck with the build.
    It will be sweet when your done. surprise some v8's when you pull on them :)

    Keep us updated!
     
  7. 95-stang

    95-stang Well-Known Member

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    Nice to see that you took some photos, good luck with the build and look forward to more updates.