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Old 02-04-2012, 10:40 AM
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Id google it, but i trust you more :P

What is the bore size for a 383 stroker?
(boring a 350 to 383)

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4.030......A 350 block bored 30 thou over
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It's a combination of bore and stroke. 3.75 stroke with a 4.030 bore.
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Standard bore block, 3.75" crank = 377 cubic inches
Block bored 0.030", 3.75" crank = 383 cubic inches
Block bored 0.040", 3.75" crank = 385 cubic inches
Block bored 0.060", 3.75" crank = 388 cubic inches
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