Anyone build a 3.6 stroker?

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  1. OG-SHOguy

    OG-SHOguy Old member SHOwht90

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    Hey all,

    Has anyone on here built a 3.6 stroker? I'm going to go that route on an extra motor I have but I would like to know the formula so to speak before I commit to it as to avoid any "surprises". Thanks in advance for the help!
     
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    The old SHO Shop had a 3.6 but I don't know if that was a stroker or just overbored. I'm not sure if one of those engines survived. You might want to throw this out on the v6 mailing list for some of the older guys to look at too
     
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    OG-SHOguy Old member SHOwht90

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    I thought I did, lol what list are you referring to, I am unaware.
     
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    OG-SHOguy Old member SHOwht90

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    I'm not on facebook but the sho group on there should be helpful as well
     
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    Thanks ZOOM, i will check it out now.
     
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    I'm pretty sure it was an small overbore (3.3) with a stroker crank.
     
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    Yes it was an overbore with a custom stroker crank.
     
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    JEM's car used a (partially, IIRC) sleeved block and custom, very expensive head gaskets to get to around a 94 mm bore (might have been a little higher), plus the offset ground crank to the Honda rod journal size. Deaconblue used a 92.5 or so bore, stock 3.2 head gaskets with the same sort of offset ground stock crank and had less displacement (3.4 L).

    Mike at SHOsource owns JEM's car now.
     
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    The 3.4 has a beautiful torque curve.
     
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