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Old 11-18-2004, 02:13 AM
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how does this combo sound

I plan to make a blown 383 stroker and I wanted to know if these parts would work well together. BTW the part numbers are from Summit

Also alittle info about the patient. its a 350 2-bolt from a '94 1500 Silverado. I plan to upgrade it to 4-bolt mains. I want this truck to be mostly street and occasianal strip. If anything other information is needed please let me know

Eagle Specialty Products Crankshaft (ESP-435337505700)
3.750" stroke, 1 piece rearmain, 5.7" rod length

Eagle SP Rods (ESP-5700B3D)
5.7" rod length

Sealed Power Pistons (TRW-L2491F30)
64cc Chamber, -3.4cc flat.
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Sealed Power Pistons (TRW-LW2605F30)
64cc Chamber, -12cc reversed dome.

CompCams Lifters (CCA-875-16)
Hydraulic Roller Lifters

CompCams Rocker Arms (CCA-1318-16)
Pro Magnum Roller Rocker Arms

Holly Intake Manifold (HLY-91004101)
Commander 950 MPFI System.

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Old 11-21-2004, 05:15 PM
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No longer and unanswsered post!!!

Its a thought!!! Where do you expect to pick up your parts? Are you just building from the catalogs or have you talked to an engine builder for ideas?


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Old 11-22-2004, 01:01 AM
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Im planning on gettin parts from Summit Racing. Everything I have is put together by reading Summits catalog. I was hoping to get some experienced advise for my first build.

I know air flow in/out of the engine is a pretty big factor right?
just wanna know whats good
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Read a lot of posts and pick up a book about building a sbc at the book store and read through it. Most have step by steps about building various combos and offer great information on theories for making maximum power.

Write down your intended goals for the car. Keep in mind what tranny and rear you are using. Unless you have lots of $$$ you are building this engine to fit the functioning of the car, not building the car around this engine.

You'll need lots of $$$ for the blower setup. This engine should be built for the blower. If you dont plan on running a blower soon, or its a distant MAYBE, build the motor as a mean N/A 383.
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