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Old 12-27-2008, 07:23 PM
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350 roller block

does any one have a 350 roller block they want to sell?
would it make a good motor?

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Yes to both... but my block is in PA
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Dammit, I just had one scrapped. I would have given it to you for nothing, with a complete rotating assembly out of my vette. Why do these things always come up a day late?
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Dammit, I just had one scrapped. I would have given it to you for nothing, with a complete rotating assembly out of my vette. Why do these things always come up a day late?
That's why I never throw anything away.
pkup, check craigslist. I've found the blocks on there for $75-$100. Sometimes they will still have the lifters, dogbones and spider with them.
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does any one have a 350 roller block they want to sell?
would it make a good motor?
Here is some info on a 350 Roller Block Build . http://www.activeboard.com/forum.spa...picID=21028076
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Old 12-28-2008, 10:29 AM
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re: 350 roller block

i was going to build a 283 and bore it to a 302 but as they always say bigger is always better so i might as well build a 355
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For the price of the components, a 383 would be the best way. good rpm and lots of torque.
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I keep every 350 roller block I come across. Especially the 880 castings.
Are they any good you ask? Welp, in the 880`s case factory roller cam, all you gotta do is stick in a aftermarket cam and the rest of the stuff works nicely. Factory windage tray is another added benefit. I`ve always looked at engines from the perspective anywhere I can reduce friction I do, once I went roller I never looked back. I got three blocks under the house that are flat tappet blocks, 2 are 4 bolt heavy duty blocks, one`s a standard 2 bolt and I`ll never use any of them so they`ll likely get sold.
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re: 350 roller block

how much do you want for a 4 bolt hd block
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