Recommended 347 stroker kits?

bigbros93

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Hey gang, alot of you confirmed that the 302 block I had was a good start for an engine build. Now, I'd like to know which stroker kits you'd recommend. Looking to buy a complete a kit from Summit,, LMR, Etc. Eventually I'd like to put the engine in a foxbody or older mustang down the line for weekend driving. I don't anticipate going to the track or breaking any kind of landspeed records; simply a fun car to drive. This will be fuel injected and manual transmission if it makes a difference. Also, any build lists of other recommended parts I should be looking at would be appreciated. Thanks in advance and happy new year!
 
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Mustang5L5

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Do you have a machine shop lined up to do the work on the block?

If so, I would defer to them on recommendations as to what kit to use.
 
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bigbros93

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Do you have a machine shop lined up to do the work on the block?

If so, I would defer to them on recommendations as to what kit to use.
Thanks Mustang5LS. Yes, I have the name of a reputable shop here in the Orlando area and will ask them for a recommendation. Thanks for the tip!
 

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Got my forged 331 direct from Scat, love it. Installed in a 97 roller block.
 

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My 347 and current 331 are from Scat. They are the leader in stroker kits. When dealing with a machine shop I like to purchase everything through them. My old machine shop prices were cheaper than online pricing.
 
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