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How do I build a 383 stroker?

I have a 71 chevelle I just bought, and it has a rebuilt 350 bored 30 over. The motor only has about 12k on the rebuild. I wanted to use it as a daily driver, but the gas millage is worse then I thought so I am just going to say screw it and build torque and forget the gas millage. Can I build it into a 383 using the rods and pistons in it now? I was thinking about just buying a 383 crank and dropping that in ( one that is set up for a 350). I want to throw in a new set of rings while I have it apart, but I want to avoid getting into reborring it since I would think the piston wall should be in good shape. what machine work do I need done on the block? and can I use the 355 pistons and rods? any info would be greatly appreciated!

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You can use your pistons only if you use the shorter rods from the 400. If you use the 400 crank, 350 rods and special pistons - that is the best way.
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