Preping the block for a stroker, using a cast steel crank and hyper pistons plus a new timing set, gaskets, etc., will be over your budgetkevin383 said:thank you is there any possible way you can tell me how to squeez evey oz of hp out of it with out spending a lot of money price range about $700
According to his posts, he does not have a 0.030 bore block.NEW942004 said:Don't break the bank building a Chevy 383 Small-Block Stroker Engine.
You need to check out this website. (http://www.superchevy.com/technical...0706_small_block_chevy_stroker_kit/index.html) If you have a 350 Block 0.030 overbore, You in business. Powerhouse's basic 383 stroker kit for two-piece rear main seal blocks retails for $499, and for that price, You get a brand-new crank, Full set of pistons, rings, rods, bearings, and gaskets. For $199 on top of that, Powerhouse includes a balancer and flex plate, You also can add $45 for tougher "CR3" rods with ARP bolts, bringing a total to $743. There’s Your Budget…..Need to check it out. If you have any Questions E-Mail me at [email protected] Good Luck.
If you are asking me, look at his posts before you open your mouth:NEW942004 said:Well, What dose kevin383 have then, smarty