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looking to buy bbf 552 stroker kit...

as the title says i am looking to buy a 552 stroker kit.internally balanced 4.500 stroke 9000/4340 crank,6.700 H beam rods,flat top pistons 4.420 bore or .060 over.i would prefer the probe pistons with the cut out for the use of the kaase heads or make a suggestion.rings and bearings need to be included.the kit will need to be balanced and ready for assembly.

i have a set of 69/70 429 heads i want to use for now and update later.i have a D9TE 2 bolt block i would like to update to 4 bolt mains.i will do that when i send the block out to be bored.

i am hopeing that i can do buesness with someone on this forum.you can email me at [email protected] if you dont want your prices aired out here.

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pistons must match the head thats going to be used. can cut a second valve relief for a fits all . know what compression ratio you need. flat top or dish isnt a good spec.
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ok flat top set at zero above deck or below deck depending on final cr calculations.i am fairly shure i dont want to get above 14:1 in shureing i dont have gasket and starter problems.
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Nobody makes +60 pistons for said combo without going to a "custom"

30's and 80's as shelf stock...


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Nobody makes +60 pistons for said combo without going to a "custom"

30's and 80's as shelf stock...


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Nobody except Diamond that is. Diamond makes +.030, +.040, +.060, and +.080 with no additional "custom" charges. Some may not be in stock on the shelf, but they're able to make them up faster than some companies will ship a part that's actually on their shelf.

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The Diamond's are a "pre-engineered custom" and made to order ... Not exactly shelf stock but yes, they are available.

Diamond is probably the most flexible of any piston company for small changes on pistons.

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