No. Standard 350 engines have 4.00" pistons, standard 400 pistons are 4.125".
No, 350 has a substantially larger bore.
5.7 liter or 350 cubic inches.
http://www.edmunds.com/used/1995/chevrolet/camaro/13066/specs.htmlHorsepower: 275 hp
the pistons are the same diameter. no they are not the same diameter, the bore on a 305 is smaller than a 350
Considering the 1996 Camaro Z28 already has a 350, the answer is yes
LT1 350 275hp stock and 325 ft lbs of torque at 2400 rpms
The 1989 Camaro didn't have a 350 TPI (not stock, anyway)
That refers to the cubic inch displacement of the pistons in the 350 engine.
NO they are to big.
88 Iroc came with either 305 or 350. You already answered the question with camaro 350
The 350 wasn't available in the Camaro in 1984, and even if it was, the practical answer to your question would be NO.
sure if you change the motor mounts.
If the pistons are hitting the crankshaft, either you have1. the wrong pistons (350 pistons are relatively short butit is possible to purchase pistons with the same bore but a longer skirt... in which case they would hit the crank)or2. the wrong crankshaft with too much "throw"
What are the valveadjustment's on a 1990 iroc camaro with a 5.7 liter 350 motor
350 Big block?
A 327 and a 350 share the same bore diameter (4.00"), but the stroke of the crankshaft is different. If you put 327 pistons on a 350 crankshaft it would put the piston 1/4" out of the hole at TDC.
It was the 305 or the 350.
Yes it was.