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Old 07-31-2007, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by awoodman
I just bought my block yesterday which has 2 bolt mains. It's a 1989 350 chevy. I stripped the whole thing. Im going to build a 383 stroker with it and im bringing it to the machine shop tomorrow. What should I tell them to do? From my understanding, I need to have the block hot tanked, deck squared, cylinders bored .030" over, get new cam bearings installed, and what else? How much do you think all that will cost? Also, do you think this is an okay choice for someone that wants to keep this cheap? Or is it junk?
I would really think about using this 2 bolt for a stroker! it is not the best choice unless you just want to say you have a stroker look a little more and find a four bolt Otherwise you are putting a lot of money into a block that cant take the use. find a good 1010 block
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