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352 fe stroker

hey guys my plans have changed i am going with a 390 rotating assemblie. my 352 fe block was bored .050 over and i am going to get speed pro pistons, a comp cam with 282 duration and .571 lift should i be worried about piston to valve clearance? does this sound like a good plan?
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all of the F E engine have the same deck height and cam to crank locations, you should be fine on your clearance but you should always check on install. However this really isnt a stroker par say. is more of take FE parts out of one block and putting it into another FE block.
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hey guys my plans have changed i am going with a 390 rotating assemblie. my 352 fe block was bored .050 over and i am going to get speed pro pistons, a comp cam with 282 duration and .571 lift should i be worried about piston to valve clearance? does this sound like a good plan?
As long as what you're talking about is a 390 crank with 390 rods and 390 pistons, it'll all fit. 352 rods have different center to center lengths than the 390 and 390 pistons have a different pin to crown distance and skirt shape. So you can't cross breed 390 and 352 rods and pistons and get it to fit any FE block when attached to a 390 crank.

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