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If a chev 350 is borded 60 thousandths over, what is the new displacement in cubic inches. What, if any power increase does this produce. 9:5:1 cr,
.450/.460 cam, 600 vac secondary holley, 1 5/8 primary headers, performer intake, gasket matched ports.1.94-1.60 heads. does this combo sound like a good set up for the street with stock converter and
rear end. Any help is appriciated.
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a 350's stock bore is 4.00", stroke is 3.48"
use the formula 1/2 bore x 1/2 bore x pie (3.14159265359) x stroke x #of cly.
a 60 over 350 chevy is 360.42ci.

the only thing I wish I would have done diffent is put in a little higher stall speed converter. maybe 500rpm's more or even 700 to 800 more because you have a bigger cam than mine( so more top end less low end power) If you want to smoke the tires easer go with a higer stall speed one- but if it's too high then you'll have to rev it up some at a stoplight to go (and you don't want it slipping when on the freeway!) I would only change the rearend if you wanted to race or If you really wanted to change the oporating rpm's of the engine. form what I've read you don't plan on it so I'd keep it stock :D
 
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