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Old 08-19-2009, 12:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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6.7 Crank in 5.9?

I have searched, and have yet to find a definitive answer; Can a Gen 2 12 Valve be bored and stroked to a 6.7? I'm not interested in putting a p-pump on a 6.7 or swapping heads, I want to know if a 6.7 crank, rods and pistons cold be put into a 5.9, and could the 5.9 block be bored out enough to fit the 6.7 pistons? For that matter, could an aftermarket stroker crank be had for a 5.9, and how far can you bore a 5.9? Thanks.
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I believe that the cr 5.9 and the 6.7 use the same head. I might be easier to p pump the 6.7. Home Page
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I believe that the cr 5.9 and the 6.7 use the same head. I might be easier to p pump the 6.7. Home Page
That's what I've found also, but I would like to know if a 6.7 crank could be used in a 5.9 6BT. Or are there aftermarket stroker kits that could be used?
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There is a thread on this in the 94-98 preformance section that might help u.
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Jake do you have the link?
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Jake do you have the link?
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The 6.7 Crank will not fit in the 5.9 block the 6.7 blocks are wider then the 5.9 blocks to make room for the extra stroke
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