If I understand correctly, you are asking if a small block will be able to turn the gears in the chunk? Why wouldn't it? The difference between turning gears in a small rear end and a large one are negligible. You seem surprised that someone is able to use rockwells with a 4-banger. It's no harder to turn the rockwells than it is the Toyota axles.75F100 said:ok, i can understand the gearing helping. on to my next question them, should i beable to run a auto behind a very mild 302 and still run down the road? i can get the auto for very good price, but if it will be a dog i won't do it. thanks for your thoughts......
fixed that for ya!toploader4x4 said:I have a 400 sb in mine, dual sm465's and 39" boggers with rockwells. Plenty of power for what ever I need to do.
I think he is compare a fairly built stroker to a stock smog era stock big block. Also not taking into account the huge torque of a big block from 1000-2500 RPM right were we need it. I would imagine a stroker making even close to big block torque would be making most of it around and above 3000reddwarf said:
Ok, big block = bigger bore, longer stroke (aka more cubic inches), bigger ports
How much $$$ do you have in the stroker????