DoubllD's Juggernaut Build

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  1. Doublld

    Doublld Active Member

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    its a texas speed rotating assembly. 4 inch stroker crank h beam rods wiseco pistons that are 4.030. arp main studs head studs basically everything is arp inside and out. dual row timing chain with dampener and a high volume high pressure melling oil pump. i have a lunati cam ground for turbo application. i have texas speed tie bar lifters cometic head gaskets i think that may be it lol. i also have coated the frame it looks soooooo good. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG]
    also got the engine bay all cleaned up of unnecessary brackets and battery tray etc. removed harness to clean it up an get ready for a partial wire tuck. also removed interior to patch where i put the 4x4 shifter. new carpet an run a ton of wires and get rid of unnecessary things.
     
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    And here I am being frustrated with having to swap a clutch.....
     
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  4. Doublld

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    i wish. but i also am goin above and beyond. i want this thing to be show quality also. anyone can swap a engine but have the fit an finish also throughout the entire build is another level in my opinion.
     
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    From fabricator to Professional.
     
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    lol i guess the final product will determine that hahaha
     
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    That block you are using, is it a standard height block? If so, how far do the pistons drop out of the bore on the bottom?
     
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    The chassis looks so clean and nice, makes me want to taste it
     
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  9. Doublld

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    standard not a lsx block. yes they come out the bottom a little more than stock thats what happens when you do a stroker but using a rotating assy. that has been proven
     
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    lol i just want it to hold up for many many more years is all.
     
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    got the front end almost back together. waiting for powder coating stuff to come back to wrap it all up. then waiting for cylinder heads so i can put the rest of the engine together an back into the frame. i want yalls opinion leave cylinder heads the natural aluminum or coat the whole engine block and heads black.
     
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    Coated protects it.....if you're looking for that?
     
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    I just don't like the idea of black on all of the engine components because in my head, it seems it would make it harder to find the source of a potential leak.
     
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    white paint it all white
     
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    yes but that is why they make oil dye? i first thought the same thing. because the heads are not super shiny. kinda dull. ill take a picture and post it up with them on the engine. just got them back last night.
     
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    lol that will never happen
     
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    Only if it were and engine stand queen. Then maaaaaaaaybe. Lol
     
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    seriously white would look sick with all anodized components but not for me lol
     
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    finally got the engine all together. painted it an put it in its home!! it was a exciting step in this build. ill be mounting the trans hopefully today or tomorrow. still have to fix the crack in the bell housing. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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