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2.5L Stroker Question
Noname
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#1
I've seen that some of you have your motors stroked. I was wondering if you were using the Ford Motorsport Kit. In the catalog it says it is for 89-up. I know if it is compatible you would need dished pistons and perhaps rods. I'm going to need to rebuild my 87's motor before long and that's one of the options I'm considering.

Thanks,

Jeremy
'87 Turbo Coupe
K&N, 17psi w/homemade boostvalve, 140mph speedometer
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Dan E Offline
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#2
The 2.5 Stroker is for 89 and up due to the fact that the main journal sizes are different.

You can go with a longer rod 5.5" or 5.7" and shorter piston (what I did).

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Dan Eaves
88TC 5spd, Shortblock with Crower 5.5" Sportsman Rods and Short Wiseco Pistons bored .030" Over, Ported Head with Polished Combustion Chambers, Gutted & Polished Upper, Ported & Polished Lower, Polished T/B, Ported E6, SVO T3 Turbo, 3" DP w/No Cat, RR Cam, Adjustable Cam Sprocket, K&N in Fenderwell, Gillis Boost Valve, Centerforce I Clutch, Removed A/C, Polished Wheels, Polished Valve Cover, Polished Crank and W/P Pullies, and the DAMN Heater Core is new too !
Dan Eaves
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cheapbird Offline
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#3
You can get "adaptors" for the earlier blocks that install like main bearings.
I know Racer Walsh carries these and I imagine E$$linger and Tiny avenger as well.
Call around!
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