How much does a 408 stroker cost?

Comparable Engines

Product: Current: 408 Chevy Long Block 408 Crate Engine
Camshaft: Hydraulic Roller Hydraulic Roller
Heads: Aluminum, As-Cast Aluminum, As-Cast
Intake: Not Included Not Included
Price: $7,999 Starting at $7,499

Is a 408 stroker a good engine?

The 408 Ford is an excellent choice for those looking for a Windsor based stroker engine to fit in place of an existing 351. The additional stroke provides a boost in power along with better throttle response, acceleration, and overall performance. Features forged pistons, hydraulic roller camshaft, and aluminum heads.

How big can a LQ9 stroke?

You can get a 425 out of an LQ9. 4.06″ bore with 4.1″ stroke. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Just the block needs to be sonic tested.

How many cubic inches can you get out of a 6.0 LS?

The 6.0L block—used in the LQ4, LQ9, and LY6—is the most popular with hot rodders. It features a 4.000-inch bore and can be purchased brand new for $800. It can safely accommodate a 4.030-inch bore and is good for 421 ci when matched with a 4.125-inch stroke.

How big can you bore a LQ9?

A LQ9 can safely be punched . 060″ over.

What kind of crankshaft does a 408 have?

All Texas Speed & Performance 408 C.I.D. LQ9 short-blocks use a new GM LQ9 6.0L iron block! The standard price includes a fully-assembled GM LQ9 short-block with a 4.00″ stroke crankshaft with your choice of 24X or 58X reluctor wheel.

What kind of block does a GM LQ9 have?

Look no further than GM’s 6.0L iron block, as used in the LQ9 (and LQ4) truck engines. Featuring a 4-inch factory bore and strength to support hundreds of horsepower over stock, this Gen III block is a superb choice for not just N/A builds like our own, but power-adder applications as well.

How much should I pay for a used LQ9?

If you’re lucky, you can find a used LQ9 block for just a few hundred bucks, or just opt for a new one under GM PN 12572808; major retailers like Summit or Scoggin-Dickey sell them for around $725.

How many cubic inches is a 408 cubic inch engine?

Next on the list is choosing a rotating assembly to fill it with. You’ve probably already figured out from the title of our story that we’re going with 408 cubic inches (6.7L), which is accomplished with a 4.030-inch bore and 4.00-inch stroke.