Community Q&A Question: What's the difference between all (6) 347 stroker kits?

Asking About: Mustang Scat 347 Stroker - Domed Pistons, I Beam Rods (79-95)


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What's the difference between all (6) 347 stroker kits?

Im sorry, dumb question but Im a rookie on this stroker world. What do I need to look at a kit? What compression is good for me? Please need your help! I already have a 302 block bored to .030, clean and ready to for assembly, I want my car to run hard N/A thats my plan but have in mind a nitrous shot might come later. I have a Trick flow intake, AFR 165 _ 61cc heads and a TFS Stage 1 cam.
Thanks
from Hialeah |

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With your current set up and plans for the future I would go with this kit.
https://lmr.com/item/SCA-194165/Scat-Mustang-347-Stroker-Kit-82-95-Flat-Top-Piston-I-Beam-Ro

The compression ratio would be right at 9:1 with a 61cc head, the stage 1 profile will work with the valve relieves in these pistons as well.

If you plan on going to a better block like a boss and plan on doing a shot larger than 100 than I would go with this kit.

https://lmr.com/item/SCA-145310/Scat-Mustang-347-Forged-Rotating-Assembly-82-95-Flat-Top-Pis
from waco |
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thanks, whats the best compression to run n/a and pump gas? - Javier last year

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9:1 to 9.5:1 in most cases, this is my opinion and you may go ask 10 different people and get 10 different responses. Just being honest with you.
from waco |
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