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fuel inj 383 stroker

Can you take the tpi off a 5.7L chevy and put it on a 383 stroker, im trying to make this engine street legal under the new epa regs. Any help would be appreciated.

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Can you take the tpi off a 5.7L chevy and put it on a 383 stroker, im trying to make this engine street legal under the new epa regs. Any help would be appreciated.
Vehicle, year, etc. would be useful info. The law is more comprehensive than can you make a 383 pass an emissions test, the answer is yes with a big BUT.

This would be easier to do if the existing car had a 350 which grew to 383 keeping everything else.

So a lot more data is needed to see what you're trying to accomplish and what can be done to get it SMOG legal.

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yes you can, but ive heard that it will choke a 383 thats the only reason i havent put a stock one on yet. just get a tpi system, then get the holley stealth ram upper and lower intakes and throttle body, then set up a tuning system you can do with a laptop. that way you can do a performance tune, a fuel economy tune, and a tune that will make VERY low emissions for when you do the test
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