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looking for stroker kits

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ferrarikiller, Dec 22, 2004.

  1. ferrarikiller

    ferrarikiller Senior Member

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    Anyone know of any good places to look for stroker kits for h22's?
     
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    Try crower?
     
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    eagle has good stuff too.....
     
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    ferrarikiller Senior Member

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    What I mean is where to find this stuff for sale!
     
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    I've did about 5 minutes of searchin thru honda-tech and what I have gathered... Is there really isn't a stroker kit out, or its not worth it...I hear you can use f23 crank and pistons but you only gain .1L and can't rev as high... your better off just building up your h22 its allready a big motor.
     
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    try cower web site then look up a dealer for it
     
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    screw stroker kits. the h22 already has a long-ass stroke.

    sleeve/bore the motor out 2-3mm more than stock, and go with a larger bore piston to match.

    you'll make more power, keep the same honda geometry, and won't effect your rev-ability
     
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