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 Post subject: My 93 Ranger 347 Stroker
PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 12:01 am 
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This is my 93 Ranger with a 347 stroker. Excuse my wiring mess
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/0b729bc4-803b-4195-82c1-9a2f00fb8399.htm


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 7:14 am 
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truck sounds pretty sweet man post some still pics of the motor and give some more detail on whats done to it cam heads etc thanks man


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nice truck! I can't wait till spring to get my truck finished!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 11:10 am 
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Ontariov8 wrote:
truck sounds pretty sweet man post some still pics of the motor and give some more detail on whats done to it cam heads etc thanks man

Well I don't have pics of the motor itself right now but this is close.
As for the motor....
347 stroker
crank - forged steel stroker
pistons - probe srs forged
rods - probe cnc 4340 I-beam forged
heads - trickflow
headers - long kooker super comp with ceramic coating
rockers - scorpion 1.6 ratio
push rods - trickflow chromemoly 6.750"
lifters - ford racing hyd. rollers
trickflow intake manifold and stud girdles
canton oil pan
ford racing polish valve cover
msd ignition complete set
march performance pulleys and alternator
75mm TB
Trickflow (Aeromotive) fuel rails
42lbs injectors
BBk cold air intake
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^^^That's me on the left with my dad
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:43 pm 
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looks pretty nice man hows the oil pan fit i'm looking at getting one like that for my 94 just wanna make sure i have the clearance before i buy one since i would like to have more oil for when doing the road course thanks man if you can get a pic of how much cleanerece you have that be great


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 3:55 pm 
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is you're truck lowered if so how much thanks


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^^^I don't have a pic right now but i have more than 1 inch clearance. Now i put like a half inch steel block on each side of the frame where the engine mounts go, i did that do to the fact that i'm using hooker's long headers and l&l product's solid engine mounts which their are not meant for each other, But I don't see a problem with clearance

I'll see if i can get a pic later for you but here are some pics of what i told ya.

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Ontariov8 wrote:
is you're truck lowered if so how much thanks

I'm working on that right now lol.

My truck is going to be lowered 5 1/2" rear 5" front. Kit is from belltech and i guess that's all you can find(That's what I was told from the company that i bought my kit from) but i wanted like 8 or 9 inch drop on the rear and 6 or 7 inch on the front. But since i'm going for a 4-link suspension in a future...I bought what I could have now since I put a 2" body lift when I put the cab and bed together it looked like a 4x4 with a lift kit.


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Looks great!!!!! It should run down the road good with that stroker....

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^^^Thanks


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Looks and sounds great!!! You going to dyno it?
How long are those upper and lower radiator flex hoses?


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Yep, that sure looks nice! I always like to at least start out with a good looking, clean motor, a little sparkle helps.
Any problem getting that registed down there? Been a long, ugly discussion at RPS about if it's legal or not.
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cee21 wrote:
Looks and sounds great!!! You going to dyno it?
How long are those upper and lower radiator flex hoses?

Thanks!
Actually i didn't measure the hoses I bought 2 18 inch hoses kit but I think that with a 12 inch kit is good but i'm not sure that why i bought the 18 inch kit

Dave wrote:
Yep, that sure looks nice! I always like to at least start out with a good looking, clean motor, a little sparkle helps.
Any problem getting that registed down there? Been a long, ugly discussion at RPS about if it's legal or not.
Dave

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Not that i know of. I talked to my insure company and they say that they don't care about the motor swap or the paint, but when i paint it i have to update the registration due to the paint.


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looks good your upgrading the rear right, when your done post some times

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umm. . . . don't mean to be a pain (don't know if you know) but I noticed your front passenger side tire is on the wrong side! those are dirrectional tire that the "arrow" on the tread should point to the front which it doesn't and will result in youre truck "wondering"!

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