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03-26-2013 12:58 AM
goyette09 I just bought a different jeep, I have been looking into the stroker kits and found this. Pro Rock stroker kits Jeep 4.0-4.6 -4.7- 5.0 - 505performance
03-21-2013 07:43 AM
Originally Posted by tjcrawler25 View Post
OK how would I go about strokeing it. What would I need for a crank and rods?
You would need to get bigger fuel injectors for it too if you're considering a stroker. If you do a search there are some really good threads about building a stroker on the internet. It would be a little more expensive than a regular rebuild though.
03-21-2013 04:58 AM
tjcrawler25 OK how would I go about strokeing it. What would I need for a crank and rods?
03-20-2013 11:35 PM
AKYJ Comp cam makes a torque 4x4 Cam, comes with Hydraulic Flat Tappet rockers too, 60 k miles and no problems. Diamond pistons also makes a kit for the 4 liter would highly recommend them to.
I don't remember the horsepower torque numbers but it's definitely a big difference.
03-17-2013 07:55 PM
4.0l build

I'm thinking about building a 4.0l for my wrangler I didn't know what a good combo would be between the cam,intake,board size and crank. With the least machine work possible but will make a decent amount of torque and power.?? Any suggestions

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