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Depending upon the year and engine source, 4.2L AMC/Jeep®/I-H version timing covers can be different than a 4.0L cover. The TDC mark may be many degrees away from the 4.0L damper mark, which is typically the damper used in a Mopar EFI conversion. Determine the true TDC for #1 piston when referencing TDC; this is determined by measuring the piston's position in #1 cylinder with the spark plug removed. The piston must stand at its peak when determining TDC. Note: Inexpensive TDC tools are available at Summit, Amazon and elsewhere: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-900189 or TDC
Moses, I have watched your videos regarding how to approach a stroker motor. I have read tons of info on the internet, and I've seen many calculators for quench height, combustion cylinder volume, etc. It really is baffling to me, and I've begun to realize I could invest a lot of money and end up with an engine that doesn't work. Is there any identifying info on the block that would allow you (or someone) to write me a "recipe" for what parts I need to build up a stroker? I'm realizing that the added weight of the full size truck axles and 38" tires are going to necessitate more power.