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Old 12-23-2012, 07:11 PM
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Original 350 or crate

I will give you a list of parts if you want to use your block. The easiest way to rebuild an engine is to buy a complete rotating assembly. SB Chevy 383 Scat Rotating Assembly Kit, 3.750 Stroke 6.000 Rods 9.8:1 Hypereutectic Keith Black Dish Pistons - 383 Kits with 6.0' Rods - 9000 Series Kits - Small Block Chevy - Scat Rotating Assembly kits - Rotating Assemblies | CNC Motorsports | Car. This kit includes a new crankshaft, pistons, rods, rings, and rod and main bearings. It is internally balanced by CNC Motorsports then shipped to you. Other things you need to purchase is oil pump and pickup, gasket kit, harmonic balancer, flexplate, and timing chain gear set. Camshaft: Summit Racing® Cam and Lifter Kits SUM-K1103 - SummitRacing.com. Call Summit Racing for matching valve spring kit. Take the block to a machine shop to have it dipped, bored, honed, new freeze plugs, cam bearings, new oil gallery plugs, and zero deck the block. Have valve spring kit installed on heads with a valve job included. Another suggestion you could add up the cost of this rebuild. If it is near $3000 look at this crate engine. GM 383 Engine Specs (BP38313CT1) | BluePrint Engines.

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