Stroker kit?

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So as y’all know I have a 392 swap done by Americas Most Wanted 4x4. I was debating on stroking and boring it out to a 426 or even a 454. Everyone loves more power! I haven’t seen anyone talk about this option for their Jeeps yet. I figured I would get yalls opinion on it

 

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Tuning is generally a challenge for these vehicles, but I know a guy that did a 448 in his Gladiator.
 

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I’ll do it myself since I’m a technician and I’m already going to have DSTRAC ultra 70’s and drive shafts made.
Completely understand- as you can see I have done some homework. I built a blown 350 for my CJ5 when it’s “under powered “ L79 wore out and if I didn’t live in Ca, Well- here we go again!!!!😉
 

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Why not just trade the engine out for a Hellcat engine. 700/700 plus no tune issues, plug and play, warranty etc.
 

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I know what you mean. I spent $$ forging and stroking an LS to 440 cubes. Fun times and burning $$$. I have a Hellcat Challenger now and big block power with off the shelf parts and warranty is hard to argue against.. I wouldnt go down the stroker path again. Way too bespoke and custom.
Unless of course you have cash to burn.. then do it :)

 

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