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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938177 05/04/09 08:30 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
Wheeler
if you deck the block to the pistons its not to bad


<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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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: k120189] #938178 05/06/09 01:44 AM
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DEFBOY35 Offline
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all said and done though getting the block decked to match the pistons, what would it bring the compression to, and with whatever machining needs to be done to pistons to make them work, why not just get a set of pistons made that will work perfect with the stock rods and the 2.2 crank? that way to you can also specify exactly what compression you want to run.


2000 SPORTY, DEF BOY customs, mmm....lockers, mmm... gears, mmm... double transfer case, mmm... stroker
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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938179 05/07/09 12:05 AM
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k120189 Offline OP
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for me its my budget and tools i can use.
im a manufacturing student so i can play with cnc..so modding a piston is no biggy so buyin 4 pistons for 144 and doing the work my self is worth it.

ross will make modded kia FE pistons but at a price tag quadruple that of buying the toplines and modding


<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] #938180 05/12/09 12:26 AM
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My boy has the part # for the wiseco pistons he used on his FE3 stroker for his Probe but they are a low compresion piston for high boost engines, they are also about $900.00 for pistions, rings and custom rods. Another option my boy told me about if you want to stroke it but not turbo it is use the Probe crank, Kia rods, and Probe GT turbo pistons and have the tops shaved to the deck. It is said they will work great if you don't boost it.

Dennis


95 Sportage, gone but not forgotten.
98 Jeep TJ, 4" Zone springs with RC Long arms, Ford 8.8", 4.56 gears & Detroit locker rear, D30, 4.56 & Detroit Trutrack front.
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DennisThompson] #938181 05/12/09 04:56 AM
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k120189 Offline OP
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how much would they have to be shaved? i think im sticking with my sr20 pistons just cause i might go turbo. still looking for the probe crank and flywheel if anyoen has one send me a pm


<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: DennisThompson] #938182 05/12/09 05:50 AM
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DEFBOY35 Offline
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where did matt get the custom rods from dennis? because 900 for the pistons and custom rods isnt to bad actually.

my insurance wont allow me to go turbo, so i am just going to bump up my compression and run it na, with some custom cams.


2000 SPORTY, DEF BOY customs, mmm....lockers, mmm... gears, mmm... double transfer case, mmm... stroker
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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938183 05/12/09 02:40 PM
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k120189 Offline OP
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heres some crankshaft info if you know of another working crank let me know and i will get its applications also. after that i'll do pistons and rods so on and so forth

also some food for thought many people have put the fe-dohc in the b2200 the engine bolts right in with its existing flywheel..so that could mean if using the f2 crank + flywheel from the truck it should just bolt in no flywheel work to be done
but dont quote me on that

CRANKSHAFTS
R2 crank
* 19871991 Mazda B-series
* 2008-present Mazda3
* 2008-present Mazda6


F2 crank
* 19861991 Mazda 929
* 19881992 Mazda 626
* 19881992 Mazda MX-6
* 19881992 Ford Probe
* 19871999 Mazda B2200
this crank can be found at rock auto with crank and rod bearings for 200 and the flywheel is 44-50 so that brings the parts cost to around 400 ish

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<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] #938184 05/12/09 09:19 PM
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fokion Offline
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I have lost you on the R2 - F2 crank listing
what I have to understand from that????


'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
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Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938185 05/13/09 12:57 AM
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DennisThompson Offline
Body Damage is Cool
I'm not sure how much to shave off yet, When we can dig up an extra crank I will check it all out. I am now thinking of going with the SR20 pistons and still adding a turbo. I am going on vacation the end of the month and when we get back I am going to get serious on the Kia. Most people don't understand thies words but, boy do I miss my Kia.

When I find out where Matt got his rods I will let you know.

Dennis


95 Sportage, gone but not forgotten.
98 Jeep TJ, 4" Zone springs with RC Long arms, Ford 8.8", 4.56 gears & Detroit locker rear, D30, 4.56 & Detroit Trutrack front.
Re: 2.3L Stroker info post [Re: DEFBOY35] #938186 05/13/09 03:31 AM
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DennisThompson Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Matt got his rods from Cunningham, He said they don't keep part numbers so you have to send them a rod. He sent them a sotck Kia rod and them made his from there.

Dennis


95 Sportage, gone but not forgotten.
98 Jeep TJ, 4" Zone springs with RC Long arms, Ford 8.8", 4.56 gears & Detroit locker rear, D30, 4.56 & Detroit Trutrack front.
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