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hello friends. I would like to pick your brains on the best and cheapest way to build a 383 chevy engine. I need it to rev about 7,500 rpms and live?? any help would be helpful thanks
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silence should tell you something . Oh , and also , best and cheapest are 2 opposites !!
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Skip White sells a nice kit for $873. Scat crank & rods,Probe forged dish,or,flat top pistons.Decent balancer & flex plate.King Bearings,Hastings rings.All good parts.BEWARE OF EBAY KITS !!!
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hello friends. I would like to pick your brains on the best and cheapest way to build a 383 chevy engine. I need it to rev about 7,500 rpms and live?? any help would be helpful thanks
What is the application where you need 7500 rpm's?
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383's are not the best choice for a high RPM engine.
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your 7500 RPM will be mostly limited by the cam and gear you use with it.
I would use a good crank,callies/crower etc. though there are cheaper cranks that will also work. Likely talking an engine in the $8,000 range with good parts. for what it costs when you make this type of power,spend $1800 more and get a Dart little "M" block and build a 434.
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Howards make a pretty good crank for the buck:

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