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I have a 350 csb I was going to convert to a 383 stroker but decided to just keep it a 350. I have a cam, pistons, rods,. can I still use these if I keep it a 350

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I have a 350 csb I was going to convert to a 383 stroker but decided to just keep it a 350. I have a cam, pistons, rods,. can I still use these if I keep it a 350
Pistons would be unique to a 383's 3.75 inch stroke. If the rods are 5.7 inches between pin centers they will fit to a standard 350 piston. If they are 6inch rods they require a unique 350 piston with a raised pin.

I rather think at this point that it's probably less or at least not more expensive to continue with a 383 crank.

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decided to just keep it a 350.
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