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hey everyone i got a 1994 camaro z28 set up for a gen 1 small block it had low compression in the 3 and 5 cylinders so i pulled the motor to rebuild and started looking at the part numbers and its a 350 block bored 0.20 over with a 327 crank 3.25 stroke making it a 331 and im wondering which would be better the 331 or 355 i heard you can take a 331 up to 8000rpms but dont know much about it i plan on running forged pistons and forged 6.0 rods any info would help thanks

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hey everyone i got a 1994 camaro z28 set up for a gen 1 small block it had low compression in the 3 and 5 cylinders so i pulled the motor to rebuild and started looking at the part numbers and its a 350 block bored 0.20 over with a 327 crank 3.25 stroke making it a 331 and im wondering which would be better the 331 or 355 i heard you can take a 331 up to 8000rpms but dont know much about it i plan on running forged pistons and forged 6.0 rods any info would help thanks
I can tell from your post that you have no idea how much money it takes for parts to be able to twist to 8K and stay together for more than one time. Are you planning to race this motor? Why forged pistons? Why 6" rods? If this is stuff you've read about in the magazines or heard someone down at the Sonic DriveIn talk about, you need to come back down to Earth and tell us what you want the motor to do. Be real.
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