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Old 02-06-2003, 03:31 PM
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I need a set of rods for my 305 Chevy motor. I have run across one auction on ebay for "305\350 chevy rods, but can't compare prices with one auction. When I call out for 350 rods the screen lights up with several adds. My motor is from a 1984 Blazer, has two bolt mains and bent rods. Are the 350 rods the same part?

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yes, all small block rods are the same lenth of 5.703 except the 400 which is 5.565
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Does anyone know what the compression height is on a stock 350 small block piston?

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Stock compression height for a 350 with 5.7 rod should be 1.56 inch.
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Need info on cam choise for my 355 chevy.Its in a 1976 c10 short bed,witch is about 3900 lbs.The engine has World product s/r heads with the 76cc chambers,and domed pistons with .125 of dome to put it at about 9.3 compression.The tranny is a m20 muncie,with a set of 3.40 rears.This truck is goin to be a daily driver that will not be used to pull or tow,Would like one that has a good sound to it. thanx.
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Anyone know how the cam by LUNATI #00016,with the specs of ad-dur 284,and 218 @50 and 458 lift. will work in a 355 sb with world product s/r tork. heads and 9.3 comp,M20 muncie and 340 gears. This is in a 4000 lbs short bed chevy truck wich is gonna be a daily driver.
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