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Re: Sleeved 22R block
« on: May 16, 2019, 06:03:39 AM »
In high school I built a little hot rod 20/22 with a stroker kit making it a 2.7l displacement. I never put it on a dyno but it was somewhere in the range of 200hp if I had to put a number on it. It was carbed and mainly a street use but I did hunt out of it. That being said I know that feeling of making a turd fast.

While I admire the thought and willingness to experiment I have a few questions.
You are wanting to go efi, why not do a more modern engine?
You are thinking of possible forced induction
You want big hp in a small package.
All of those things scream 2/3rz. A turbo or sc 3rz is easily capable of 300hp on stock internals. It has obd2 so trouble shooting and monitoring are a breeze. They are darn near everywhere now for a fair price.
Just some food for thought. I admire the old 22r tractor motor but its modern brother is much more powerful.
83 long bed 2wd sas, 3rz, w56, duals with 4.7 rear, 4.88 elock front, spartan rear, 39.5 iroks
01 double cab hunting truck
06 tacoma street truck


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