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i was wondering ho w to get a small block chevy to 1.80:1 to 1.85:1 stroke ratio

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i was wondering ho w to get a small block chevy to 1.80:1 to 1.85:1 stroke ratio
A 327's 3.25" stroke and a 6" rod gives you 1.85 and with a 6.125" one 1.88. A 350's 3.48" stroke with a 6.25" rod is 1.80.
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