Joe Sherman’s 347 made 530 NA power. 1.5 HP per cube is pretty average nowadays. Guys make 600 with 302, 306, 311’s in the racing scene.
040, clearance for the stroker, balance, and assemble the complete lower end and the labor was around $1200. Add the price of a good cam $150 to $250, Heads $800 to $2500, intake and carb $500 to $1500. That should give you a good start to an entire long block.
One may also ask, how much horsepower can a 306 make? The 306 topped the 400hp mark with a peak reading of 404 hp at 6,100 rpm. The little 306 pumped out some impressive torque numbers as well, registering 369 lb-ft of torque at 5,400 rpm.
In this regard, what is a 347 stroker engine?
347 Crate Engine 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 AFR CNC ported heads, you get a street/strip powerhouse that isn’t for the faint of heart.
How much HP can you get out of a Ford 302?
Standard Ford 289 and 302 small-blocks were factory-rated between 200 and 230 hp. The vaunted 289 High-Performance engine was said to make 271 hp. Today, if a 302 Ford makes 360 hp on pump gas with a hydraulic cam, most experts consider it to be a pretty good motor-at least until Joe Sherman steps up to the plate.
How much does it cost to build a 331 stroker?
assuming you have a block to use, a 331 kit can be had for $1000 to 1500, $5-600 for machine work, $150 for balancing ( use 28 oz-in) and maybe $200 for assembly. You’ll need to find a good local machinist you can trust to do the work to specifications you want.
How long will a 347 stroker last?
What makes a stroker motor?
A stroker engine is basically just an engine that has had the stroke increased to more than was originally from the factory. A stroker kit is a collection of components that make building a stroker engine possible. By increasing the stroke of the engine (and also the bore, too) you can increase the size of the engine.
How many liters is a 347 stroker?
What is a 331 stroker?
A 331 stroker engine is a Ford 302 block that has been “stroked” with a larger crankshaft. You’ll see a similar engine online called a 347 stroker which is also a 302 block that has been stroked.
What is a 302 stroker?
Ford Based 302 Small Block Mild stroker setup, using a 3.250″ stroke to achieve a displacement of 331 cubic inches. This configuration is identical to a 347 (3.400″ stroke), except it requires the use of an aftermarket “Big Bore” block. It combines the best of both worlds Bottom-End and High RPM.
What is a 306 stroker?
a 306 IS NOT a “stroker” in todays terms. a 306 is just a stock stroke (3.000″) that has a common overbore rebuild size of 4.030″ piston.
What is the deck height of a 302?
Stock Chevrolet V-8 Block Heights Displacement Cubic Inches Liters Deck Height (inches) 302 4.9 9.025 305 5.0 9.025 327 5.4 9.025 350 5.7 9.025
Is the Ford 302 a good engine?
The 302 is a good motor. There’s probably a reason that it has been around for 30 years. The 351 can be a more powerful engine because of displacement but they are a little more expensive. The 302 is probably the 2nd cheapest engine to build up (after the chevy 350).
How much HP can you get out of a 289?
The standard 4v 289 was factory rated at 225 hp and the hipo was 271 with torque at 300/310 .
How much HP does gt40 heads add?
Essentially, you can port your E7TE heads, which will earn you about thirty horsepower, or you can upgrade to GT40 heads, which will also earn you about thirty horsepower.
How much horsepower does a 5.0 liter 302 engine have?
Ford 302 cid V-8 Specs Engine: Ford 302 Windsor V-8 (5.0L) Engine Weight: ~ 450 lbs Engine Oil Capacity: 6 qts w/ filter Peak Horsepower: 130 hp – 205 hp (see table below) Peak Torque: 233 lb-ft – 270 lb-ft