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CR with stroker crankshaft question

355 SBC, stock crankshaft - If CR is currently 10:1 and nothing is changed, except stroke, to yield 383 ci, what would be the new CR? Is there a rule of thumb for this without getting much into calculations? Current set-up is stock stroke with .030 over TRW domed pistons, 72cc Dart Pro 1 heads. Thanks!

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If you're changing the crank you need to change the pistons or rods as well.
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Go to Keith Black/Silvolite website and check out domes and compression ratios for 383
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355 SBC, stock crankshaft - If CR is currently 10:1 and nothing is changed, except stroke, to yield 383 ci, what would be the new CR? Is there a rule of thumb for this without getting much into calculations? Current set-up is stock stroke with .030 over TRW domed pistons, 72cc Dart Pro 1 heads. Thanks!
Ayuh,.... If you change Nothin' but the crankshaft stroke, the pistons will be comin' Out of the cylinders by quite aways....

The pistons will Hit the heads, Hard...
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