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Old 05-27-2006, 08:50 PM
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327 with 350 crank

Hey Hotrodderz, i've been talkin with 454C10 he gave me alot of good info. i just want to get everyones elses input on it. ok i gotta 327 SBC small journal and have a pair of 882's. since the 882's have low compressions their 76cc chambers and 454C10 suggested i get a 350 crank which is large journal crank and cut down to make 3.25 stroke i think. i would have to buy 350 crank,pistons,rods anything else? what do ya'll think about this. thank you alot dont get mad 454C10 i just want some of the other hotrodderz input on this. thanks alot guys and girlz

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Old 05-27-2006, 08:53 PM
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You'd have to machine the journals on the 350 crank down to fit the small journal 327 block and then all you'd have is a small journal 350.

Why not sell the 882s for what you can get out of them and use the money you would be spending on grinding a dime a dozen 350 crank to create a not so dime a dozen 350 and put it all toward a good set of aftermarket heads with 64cc chambers?

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I definitly would get rid of the heads also.. Not worth putting your money into them.. If your doing a low budget motor, find a good running 350, put in a mild cam, aluminum air gap intake, if it's a street car use a Holley Street Avenger (670cfm) and find yourself a set of 58cc or 64 cc heads to put on it.. The stock piston set up with a set of 58cc heads would run great on pump gas and give you plenty of power..

Or if you have a few bucks to spend, get a 350 bolck and get your self an 383 Eagle rotating assy, 6" rod set up.. And a good set of heads.. They are not to expensive and they hold up great.


Hope this helps a bit..
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I dont want a 350 everyone has one. they are great motors just want somethin alittle diffrent.
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:42 PM
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No problem,,

There is always the 327 crank in a 283 block.. = 302 cu in.

I'm pretty sure this is right.. The old DZ302 motors..
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A 327 with a 350 crank is just a 350. The only difference between a 327 and 350 is stroke length. 327s are 3.25" and 350s are 3.48". They have the same 4.00" bore.

55Project, a 283 with a 327 crank is a 307. 327/350 block (4.00" bore) with a 283 crank (3.00" stroke) is a 302.
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I dunno bout where you are, but used to here you could go to the junk yard and trip over 307`s, get a 350 and place a 307 crank in it, use 327 pistons and you have a 327. Thing is, no matter what small block you use, there all almost identical, by look you can`t tell one from the other. I quit fooling with flat tappet blocks and only run factory roller cam blocks now. Never had a flat cam go flat, I just like the benefit a roller offers, I plan to buy a adapter and place the 307 crank I have in one of my roller 350 blocks.
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Which combo made the 302 motors??
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Which combo made the 302 motors??
Originally posted by blazin72...
"327/350 block (4.00" bore) with a 283 crank (3.00" stroke) is a 302."
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Old 05-28-2006, 11:33 AM
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I dont want a 350 everyone has one. they are great motors just want somethin alittle diffrent.
EVERYONE has one because they are GREAT motors ...

Ding, Ding, Ding ... we have a winner here ...

Their is no replacement for displacement ... that's WHY all the racing associations limited the size of engines ...

a 327 will make more power than a 302
a 350 will make more power than a 327
a 400 will make more power than a 350

AND SO ON ...

The engine comparison's are based on comparably equipped combinations ...
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Something Different

You want something different? Put 6" rods in a 350 or 400
Go with a small stroker. I built a 361 (1/16 stroked 350) and
it's running high 9's in 1/4 with alky stacks in a 48 Anglia.
Simplest way is to go to <www.eaglerod.com> and check out all the different combo's. You can get a complete rotating assembly, all you have to do is top it off with a GOOD set of heads, cam & lifters. Throw out those 882's. They have dual heat risers, smaller water jackets and if they aren't cracked,
they don't flow.
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Hi!

Take a look to FOrd:

3 inch Crank in a 4 Inch Block makes 302


Good vor very, very high RPM-Horses

For my 57 BelCamino I plan a 283 SJ with a 327 SJ Crank, so I have a 307 Stroker Engine. Little more Torque, nice quick revolving
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I'd sell all you have for whatever you can get and do at least a 350 definitely, or a roller block 5.7 and use Vortec heads. The long rods are not worth any money difference in the real world.

You will be money ahead in the long run, and you could run the 327 valve covers and old trim and 99% of the people would never notice the differnce.
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