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Old 05-14-2008, 09:22 PM
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Building a 327 I really am.. Slowly

Ok I have found a crank and was wondering if this crank would work for a 327 3.250 95120 CA49206 350 350 56 1/4" KEY @ 0 DEG. 2 G10

Could I put this into a 350 and still have a 327 or what would I have to do ?. Is it the Bigger bearing crank that was worse than the other ?. Would this work for a 327 Chevy in a 350 Block, would it pretty much be the exact same ?. Thanks

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3.250X 4.00 = 327 CI you need a large journal 327 crank tho, not sure if thats what you got
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Old 05-15-2008, 06:46 AM
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You would need 327 pistons with the 3.25 stroke and 5.7 rods. You would need a piston that makes up the .230 difference in stroke so if a 350 piston has a compression height of 1.550 than you would need a piston with a compression height of 1.780.

And no, the bigger bearing crank is the better of the two and as stated above it is the one you need to make this work.
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