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2.3L Stroker info post and links to turbo/manifold thread #938157 03/31/09 02:15 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
This is just going to be any info i find on stroking our FE3 clones. I'll post links as i find them and write a small blurb about what they are.

This will contain anything from cranks, rods, and flywheels
to adding bigger injectors

If u have info not posted here share it. I'll then add it to the first post.

LINKS
<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />
solomiata
stroking a kia engine using chevy rods all of this has been moved so the pics work again

http://www.mx6.com/forums/fe-dohc/200877-my-fe3-project-going-2-3-na-4.html
a great NA fe3 2.3 build(lol deffboy has seen this one)

http://www.4x4wire.com/forums/showflat.p...365&fpart=1
dennis's post about the flywheels

some piston info
a post about pistons that wok with the fe3 and some info about using sr20 pistons

http://importperformanceparts.net/
good prices on pistons. look around after reading the above post. if u look at nissian sentra pistons for the sr20de they are about 40 each with rings look at topline oem pistons.

Addit: links to turbo thread and FE3 manifold

http://www.4x4wire.com/forums/showflat.p...;gonew=1#UNREAD

Last edited by DamKia; 09/13/09 08:27 AM.
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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: k120189] #938158 04/04/09 04:22 PM
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sportedge Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
This is all very interesting,but a little bit complicated for me.
I would certainly install larger injectors and larger throttle body along with a more efficiant exhaust system.
Any ideas on the injectors and throttle body would be welcome.

Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: sportedge] #938159 04/07/09 02:49 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
any injector of the same style and plug would work..might have to make a reference sheet for that

and i have seen people using mustang tb's but im not sure if its v6 or v8 have to look into that as well. if u find something before i do please post it


<a href="www.pittsfieldcustomsclub.com/sportage.html" target="_blank">98 sportage</a>: warn manual hubs,upyourkia spacers, 104 tj springs, 235/75/r15 BFG T/A KO, tracker rims, cone air filter, custom cat-back with a skunk2 muffler. gonna be a 2.3L
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: k120189] #938160 04/08/09 12:35 AM
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DEFBOY35 Offline
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i am pretty sure the mustang tb's are being used with the fwd intake manifolds though. not too sure if it would work with our intake manifolds or not. as it is designed to come back over the top of the engine.

Last edited by DEFBOY35; 04/09/09 05:36 AM.

2000 SPORTY, DEF BOY customs, mmm....lockers, mmm... gears, mmm... double transfer case, mmm... stroker
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2377991
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938161 04/08/09 02:03 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
anything could be done..im gonna try and find a bigger tb and figure out how to mount it. and re route the intake away from the exhaust mani


<a href="www.pittsfieldcustomsclub.com/sportage.html" target="_blank">98 sportage</a>: warn manual hubs,upyourkia spacers, 104 tj springs, 235/75/r15 BFG T/A KO, tracker rims, cone air filter, custom cat-back with a skunk2 muffler. gonna be a 2.3L
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: k120189] #938162 04/09/09 05:40 AM
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DEFBOY35 Offline
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the problem with using the fwd intake manifolds is that it would have the tb aimed directly at the firewall with very little room to have a good intake set up.

the other thing to keep in mind is that they went to the mustang tb because the stock fwd is a single tb, dont remember the sizes off hand, were as we use a dual tb.

and i do remember reading that the dual set up, although each one is smaller added together flows more air. not sure if that was more or not than the mustang tb though.


2000 SPORTY, DEF BOY customs, mmm....lockers, mmm... gears, mmm... double transfer case, mmm... stroker
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2377991
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938163 04/09/09 03:40 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
we have a two piece intake on our motors i was almost thinking of fabbing a custom upper portion just a box like thing that bolts to it and has a forward facing tb..it cant be too bad...then again i have cnc machines at my disposal. i'll draw something up in solidworks later and post up my idea


<a href="www.pittsfieldcustomsclub.com/sportage.html" target="_blank">98 sportage</a>: warn manual hubs,upyourkia spacers, 104 tj springs, 235/75/r15 BFG T/A KO, tracker rims, cone air filter, custom cat-back with a skunk2 muffler. gonna be a 2.3L
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: k120189] #938164 04/09/09 04:25 PM
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DamKia Offline
Kia Moderator
Maybe try to get it to turn around and have the air filter on the inlet side of the motor rather than over the hot exhaust. Carbon canister can be moved a bit further back to make room, and the front hub vacuum solenoid et al can be stripped out.


2002 Sporty , Ironman 2.5" spring, 2" body, 15 x 7 ROH wheels, K&N, 15 x 10.5 Simex Centipedes, Powerchip 91.

"Never argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level then beat you with experience!"
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DamKia] #938165 04/16/09 07:16 AM
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fokion Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Piston wise I found this....

it has also a US branch..

http://www.flatlander-ipp.nl/hpkits/pek-kia.shtml


'96 4d mechanicaly stock so far, rims, spoiler, Cooper AT tyres, Factory LSD, Manual Warn Hubs, handmade exaust, ELECTRIC FAN!!! 3,1'' Lift, PALM GPS
http://members.cardomain.com/fokion
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: fokion] #938166 04/16/09 03:48 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
good stock replacements. but to stroke it you need pistons with a lower deck hight thats why sr20 pistons are used because at tdc the piston is 1mm or so below deck.

and for those that dont know what decking is its when the pistons at top dead center are even with the top of the block

i think using stock pistons with the f2 crank it over decks by like an inch. in a few weeks im going to get my kia engine i hope.


<a href="www.pittsfieldcustomsclub.com/sportage.html" target="_blank">98 sportage</a>: warn manual hubs,upyourkia spacers, 104 tj springs, 235/75/r15 BFG T/A KO, tracker rims, cone air filter, custom cat-back with a skunk2 muffler. gonna be a 2.3L
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