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Old 09-19-2009, 04:08 PM
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Building My motor...advice

SO i threw a rod in my 7.3 im gonna be pulling the motor and i figure I mine as well do the right internal work to get this motor to be able to with stand some horse puppies. Any one have a list of good parts, and mods I can do to the motor>? Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Old 09-19-2009, 04:39 PM
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forged rods, head studs, regulated return, fuel lab pump just to name a few. Im sure others will chime in
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What are your ultimate goals for power?

If money was no object, billet rods, girdle, headstuds, valve springs, chromoly pushrods, ATI damper, cam work, rotated/balanced.
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on most rebuilds forged rods, head studs, push rods and valve springs are adequate, but if you want a little more you could balance the engine and add an ATI damper
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