Originally Posted by naphtali5725
Can you take a 350 4 bolt block and put in a 307 crank and 5.7" rods, That will basically make a 327 correct?
In doing so what pistons should be used with edelbrock heads to get max comp ratio for pump gas, flat tops?
What would the best distance be in the hole for the pistons? zero?
You CAN go this route, but why?
To be different you may as well just go for the Chevy 302, for power there's no reason to not go with at least a 350. A well prepped mostly stock 350 short block can take more abuse than people realize, with sbc's the limiting factor is usually cam and valvetrain, NOT stroke.