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Old 02-19-2004, 10:28 PM
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Theoretically it is possible with a 302 crank and bearing spacers how ever it would be a bit of a waste

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Old 02-19-2004, 10:32 PM
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i dont think i would trust bearing spacers. it would definately be a wast if you had a large journal real 302 crank, but if u used a 283 crank with bigger spacers, it wouldn't be such a loss.
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That's cute...I just had to giggle about my own youth when I would dream up possible CID combinations only to realize they already existed! My dumbest statement was telling someone I was torn between putting either a blower or a supercharger on my engine!!! DOH!!!!
Hey, Black86 I was just in Harrisburg last night....
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Old 02-20-2004, 07:33 AM
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hahaah yeah, i work in the auto parts business so i have a lot of free time to look up parts for my own stuff and think up combinations, hahaha, and some of them are quite dumb

anyone in the PA area goin to the motorama this weekend?

thanks again guys

and about the bearing spacers, no way, definately not a fan of them, i just dont see them as being a part that would hold up, or be smart to use
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333 stroker buildup option

1971 307 Chevy Block punched .030 overgives you a bore of 3.905, forged 350 crankshaft standard 3.48 stroke and the counterweights milled for piston skirt clearance, standard 5.7" length rods, deck clearance is the only problem. Mill the tops of the pistons to create a semi popup design. you wind up with a 333 cid small block.

(Make sure the corrected pistons are milled a little more than 0 deck height, or they WILL hit the heads. I learned the hard way with this build)
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Just pick up a 350.......you are a lot further ahead.
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Old 07-04-2004, 09:46 PM
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It'll be a 350.

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No, a 350 crank in a 305 would be a 305. 3.48 inch stroke for both motors.

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