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This is a discussion on stroker kits?? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; has any one used a eagle kit??if so have u had any prolbems??i'm fixin to build a 6.0l stroker for ...
09-02-2005, 05:44 PM #1reed98Guest
has any one used a eagle kit??if so have u had any prolbems??i'm fixin to build a 6.0l stroker for my 98ss, just look for a good kit to go with.
09-03-2005, 07:25 AM #2TrashpieceGuest
How much does the 6.0l kit cost? A 6.0l is 362 or 363 cubic inches, which is only 16 or 17 cubic inches more than stock. So if the price isn't much different, it might be better to get a 383 stroker kit.
09-03-2005, 01:51 PM #3
SLP has a 402 stroker kit for an LS2 block, 517hp to the wheels, fbodymotorsports.com
09-03-2005, 02:31 PM #4
Originally Posted by Trashpiece
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And you say only 18 cubes bigger.
That is just more potential. I would also believe the 6.0L kit would be to make a 6.0L into a 402. Not sure about that though, don't know anything about the Eagle kit.2008 Trailblazer SS
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09-04-2005, 05:37 PM #5
i just built my 6.0 stroker 4" stroke 4" bore makes it a 402 ci motor. I have heard nothing but bad things about eagle. I would spend the extra cash on a good crank rods and pistons. I went with callies crank, howards rods, and mahle pistons 11.3:1 compression.00 ss camaro, 6.0 liter iron block, 4" callies crank, 4" Mahle pistons, Howards rods, Comp cam .598/.598, ported polished heads, Fast 90mm intake and tb flp headers and y pipe, lingenfelter muffler and tips, Maf, injectors, frame connectors.