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Old 06-11-2019, 03:25 PM
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So I've been doing research all over the place and can't find many if any answers on if it would be possible to stroke the 4.7 that's in my truck. Originally I wanted to do shorty headers with a true dual exhaust but wanted to build a little before letting ole Black Betty sound mean. I want her bark to go with her bite so to speak. But would it be easier if I just did a 5.7 hemi swap and what year would I need to steal everything from?
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No matter, what you do, it would be cheaper, more safe, less error- prone and more effective, if you sell your truck and get a Hemi. Trust me. The only thing which would be worth it- as it's not standard- put the 6.4 in it- someone here did it and it seems to be really great.
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