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    1000HP Forged Rotating assemblies for 2011-2014 Mustang Gt 5.0 TiVCT

    From the builders of the worlds fastest coyote powered mustang (watch the video here) comes this great kit called the MMR Street Mod 1000 Rotating Assembly for 2011-2014 5.0
    Up to 1000HP!

    This is everything you need except a block to assemble a complete fully forged shortblock, this kit has the same parts as the MMR Street Mod 1000 shortblock but in a do it yourself kit. Available in all piston oversizes.

    Includes:

    Brand New 2012 BOSS 5.0 Forged Crankshaft- fully counter weighted, will handle up to 1500HP

    MANLEY 4340 Forged H-beam Rods with ARP Bolts

    MANLEY or ROSS Racing Forged 2618 Alloy Pistons with Chrome Moly Pins (Stock and low compression)

    Total Seal File Fit Rings

    Clevite Performance Rod Bearings

    Clevite Main bearings

    ADD MMR Oil Squirter Block-offs for only $39.99 (similar to 2012 BOSS)

    1 year Warranty

    On sale now for $1699.99







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    MMR, how much extra is it for 12.5:1 compression pistons? Do I need a different more expensive ring package with those? And will the crank already be balanced to that rod / piston / ring or do I have to have it balanced if I get the domed pistons?

    Thanks very much.

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    Same price, the ring package included will be just fine for any N/A application. Let us know how we can help!

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    Great price.

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    Thanks MMR. What cc are the 12.5 piston domes? Are they a lot heavier than the std.?

    Asking about balance weight.. Can I reuse my gt crank or should I get a new boss crank and have you guys pre balance it to the piston rod combo?

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    They weigh 398 grams in a + .010 size, your stock crank can be re-used, it simply needs to be balanced which we can also do for you.

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    Is this kit balanced? Have any deals on coyote short blocks?
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    We have a great deal on the 1000HP shortblock for $3699, the rotating assemblies are available balanced or unbalanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modular Racing View Post
    We have a great deal on the 1000HP shortblock for $3699, the rotating assemblies are available balanced or unbalanced.
    I am about to pull the trigger on the mmr1000, does it come with billet oil pump gears?

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    I am looking either for a built short block or rotating assembly. Which would be the least costly option and still be able to run 14 to 16lbs of boost? I have a 2012 gt with a perfect running engine.

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    Your best option would be to send MMR your current engine and have us update it with forged internals, cost for this is $2299 + shipping to and from MMR

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    Ok thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notfast2012 View Post
    Ok thank you very much.
    Also, If you wanted to keep your stock shortblock the MMR 1000 is on sale for $3799

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    Do u need me to take the heads and intake off? And how much is shipping zip code 70607?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notfast2012 View Post
    Do u need me to take the heads and intake off? And how much is shipping zip code 70607?
    no, we can do it here for a small charge of $150, we can also put them back on, the cost for this with the timing is $550

    shipping each way is $380 (complete engine) or $310 (shortblock only), we can also arrange all of the shipping for you.

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    I'm planning on supercharging my 2012 and was wondering if all i needed was the balanced kit? Is it basically "plug and play" per say? Then im good for around 800whp reliably on a daily driven mustang? Anything else i need to address? Much appreciated

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    In simple terms yes, the kit will need to be assembled of course and balanced, the balancing can be done here before shipping, it adds $150 to the price. Let us know how we can help!

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    I hate to revive an old thread, but I've spent a lot of time trying to decide between MMR rotating assembly, billet gears, squirter block offs, and Boss heads or just buying MMR Boss long block. It's a lot of money to spend to get it wrong. If I can save a few thousand by piecing it together with my block but still get the dependability I want then I'm comfortable going that route.

    I will reinstall my Paxton setup on the new motor, looking to push about 800rwhp uncorrected. (Already at 650 uncorrected and don't want to push it any further on the stock motor.) Thoughts?

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    There is certainly money to be saved by using your block, you may want to consider our forged shortblock rebuild also for $2399. We can also complete the longblock assembly if you send in the complete engine (at extra cost of course) Either way, we are here to help, let us know if you have any questions!

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