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sorry to revive a old thread but my 302 is going out the door and i have about $10,000 play with. so i was wondering would a ATK stage 2 408 stroker work? since its a 351W just stroked and this truck is my toy truck now.
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sorry to revive a old thread but my 302 is going out the door and i have about $10,000 play with. so i was wondering would a ATK stage 2 408 stroker work? since its a 351W just stroked and this truck is my toy truck now.
Your stroker will physically fit but now you need to think about whether or not the transmission and rear end (front end too if 4x4) will hold up.

You also need to budget for how you are going to tune that beast. A MAF upgrade and a custom tune is most likely going to required. Your $10K budget is going to get used up pretty quickly IMHO.
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yea i was thinking about if the trans could hold up to it or not. its a auto too which i am thinking about maybe trying to switch to a manual but i don't know how that would go. i am mainly looking for a 400hp range for a engine with room to to grow off of that. the truck is MAF system so that is a plus, but only has a dana 44 front and 8.8 end the rear. so i am just trying to weigh my option right now because i know there is a lot of choices out here. but thanks for the info.
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