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i have a sbc bored 80 over with 2 4bbl carbs what would be the cubic inch of this motor..thank you

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For some reason my crystal ball wont tell me what size engine you bored .080" over. So now I'm stuck asking what you started with?
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i have a sbc bored 80 over with 2 4bbl carbs what would be the cubic inch of this motor..thank you
Really What block is it ????



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sorry it's a 350 smallblock chevy
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Like some of the others, I seriously doubt you have a factory 350 bored .080. If you did, it would be 364 c.i.
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cast dished 80-over pistons for the 350 Chevy are very easy to get. And for a 250-HP stock rebuild, 80-over isn't any problem.
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Most reputable machine shops wont bore it more than .060" over. I personally wouldn't bore more than it needs to clean it up. You wont gain that much, and the issues of overheating grow the larger you bore it.
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ah, the days before stroker cranks

is the water jackets partly fulled with block hard or whatever they called the filler they used that was like cerment?

wonder if the cranks offset ground also..
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