What crank is used in a 347 stroker?

What crank is used in a 347 stroker?


How much horsepower does a Ford 347 stroker have?

Ford 347 Stroker Base Engine Aluminum Heads Roller Cam HP & Torque: 415 HP / 415 FT LBS – American Powertrain.

Is a 347 a 302 stroked?

Undeniably the most popular 302 based stroker on the market is the 347. Originally created using a 351 Cleveland crank cut down to 3.400″ stroke and a 5.400″ Eagle rod, the 347 is about as much displacement you can squeeze out of a 302 block without running into severe strain or accelerated wear.

Is a 347 stroker a small block?

Our 500 HP 347 Ford Small Block Stroker is the highest horsepower offered in Hot Rod Series crate engine series. With an aggressive hydraulic roller camshaft and aluminum heads, you get a street/strip powerhouse that isn’t for the faint of heart.

What is a Ford 347 Stroker engine?

In essence, a 347 stroker is a Ford 302 engine that is “stroked” by installing a larger crankshaft (and other modifications inside the engine) to have the pistons travel up-and-down further creating more engine displacement (size) and more torque.

How much power can you get out of a 347 stroker?

This Ford 347 Stroker Crate Engine is ideal for serious street performance. Our entry level 347 stroker Ford performance engines boast an honest 400 horsepower and 390 torque and run on premium pump gas. This part number is perfect to upgrade from your old 302.

What is the difference between a 302 and 347?

In terms of engine specs, the 5.0L (302) achieves its displacement with a combination of a 4.00-inch bore and a 3.00-inch stroke. By comparison, the 347 combines a slightly larger 4.030-inch bore with a 3.40-inch stroke. The typical 5.0L 302 offers a 3.00-inch stroke with a 5.090-inch-long connecting rod.

What is a 408 stroker?

Our 408 Stroker Crate Engine is built with a 350 block and a 4-inch stroker crank. A 350 Chevy with the same block clearance as a 383 and a standard base circle cam houses a big block stroke and 6-inch rod. The torque in this thing will give you goosebumps!

What is the advantage of a stroker engine?

A stroker is an engine that has been modified to increase the length of the stroke and therefore has a greater engine capacity. Its benefits are improved torque and power.

What size rod for 347 Pistons?

The bottom-line, is that 5.4″ rod 347 pistons usually have intersections, but they are not a problem, and choosing the best form/CC/shape is generally a higher consideration. My 2¢. I like the Probe SRS forged pistons which are made for a 5.315″ long rod.

What are the pin diameters of the SBC Pistons?

The two pin diameters are Ford (.912) and Chevy (.927). The reason is that half of every set of SBC pistons are identical to SBF pistons, due to where the valve notches are.

Do all 347’s have intersecting pins and ring grooves?

Assuming you’re using the longer 5.4″ rod, intersecting pins and ring grooves are common in the 347. Not all have them, but there are ‘fixes’ that solve the issue. For those that do intersect, the issue is solved with lower ring spacers that provide ring support, or pin-hole inserts that do the same thing (fill the open gap).

What type of piston is best for a high hp engine?

the most common piston for them is the probes but ford uses mahles in theirs . . ones with the most piston skirt are the best for most apps. if you do not have a crank yet and plan on much more than 400 hp, i would run an internally balanced one . .