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Old 04-10-2012, 06:09 PM   #1
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4.7 Stroker Install

Has anyone done this swap. Just installed mine. Runs pretty good but a bit rich. Used 27lb injectors and reset PCM. LTFT is still low double digits. Any Suggestions
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Haven't yet but we are getting ready to do one. Seems to me that injector is a bit large.

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Old 04-10-2012, 06:17 PM   #3
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Injector Size

I did some research. Aparently, that is the size that this motor likes. I spoke to a few people and recommended I send the PCM out to B&G in Michigan for a Program. I may get with my local Dyno guys and see what kind of custom tune we can do.. Like I said, it runs ok, just running a bit rich. I want it perfect so Im trying to figure it out.

Ill keep everyone posted.
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Yeah I am interested to see what you find out considering we only use 24# ones on our 347-408's
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Injector Size

Ill definelty keep you guys posted. Im curious myself.

Worse case....These come out and 24lb ers go in.
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Old 04-10-2012, 06:30 PM   #7
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Engine Pics

Pic of the Engine coming out.
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Old 04-10-2012, 06:32 PM   #8
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Engine On the Stand being built

Here it is. 4.7 Stroker. Almost done
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That engine stand is magic. Looks like is floating
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Old 04-11-2012, 10:33 AM   #10
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Worse case....These come out and 24lb ers go in.
the stockers are 23.2lbs....

you have an 06, and those can be retuned. contact jgorm, he's a professional tuner...has a dyno in his garage and everything . you should be able to find somebody locally to do the tune for you on a dyno.
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Sweet, I was wanting to build on to swap into mine but went with a regular rebuild on mine. Thinking about saving my original motor to but a good stroker outa it.
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Injector Size

Ok. So the magic injector size are the 24lb ones. Got a set from south bay fuel injectors. GREAT customer service and great product!!!!!!
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Ok. So the magic injector size are the 24lb ones. Got a set from south bay fuel injectors. GREAT customer service and great product!!!!!!
Well? How is she runnin now? Thinkin about pickin up a spare 4.0 to tinker with in the garage... 4.7 should be a good tinker toy... LOL!!!

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