4 inch bore and 3.48 inch stroke. Do a Google search for more info. http://fourwheeler.com/techarticles/128_9712_chevy/index1.html here is the link for your specs A great resource for Chevy V-8 engine specs is www.mortec.com
i think it is 4.000 and 3.48 but iam not sure I know the bore is 4.000 but i am not sure about the stroke.
The Bore of a 350 cid engine is 4.00, the stroke is 3.48 inch..
You can't... There's not enough steel in the cylinders to bore it that far. If you want a 454, you need to by a big block 454 Chevy engine.
4.000 = 4 inches
You determine how much to bore an engine by how much wear is on cylinder walls if wear exceeds .003 thousands over factory specs then it must be bore to the next .010 thousands over cylinders are only bored in .010 thousands increments and every measure is using factory specs as reference point
Primarily the bore size. The 305 has a bore of 3.74 and the 350 is a 4.0 bore. They share the same stroke on the crank. And no, you can't bore a 305 to a 4.0 bore.
if standard engine, you could pull specs for engine online, or any dealer of that vehicle could tell you. should also be in owners manuell if you have it
the biggest difference is obviously the stroke and bore of the engine and the size of the engine
No. There isn't enough material in a 305 to bore that far oversize without hitting water.
427 = 4.250" x 3.76"
No more then 0.060 and then it starts trying to RUN HOT on you.
if the engine is apart , you can tell by the bore and stroke. a 5.7 l is a 350 cid. engine the bore is 4 inches and the stroke is 4.480 inches. if the engine is not apart, your Chevy dealer may be able to tell you by the motor no. the motor no. should be located on a machined pad in front of the left head. (looking at the eng. from the front.) in front of no. 2 cylinder hope this helps.
Go to a local machine shop that does engine work. They will explain the procedure for boring an engine in detail. This is where you will have to go to get your engine bored.
It is a metric measurment of engine size. An example is the 350 Cubic Inch Chevy engine. It is also called a 5.7 Liter engine. This measurment is the bore of the cylinder and the distance it travels. Take the engines bore X stroke X the #of cylinders=liters
what determines when should bore and engine
72cc, 52mm bore
Bore 4.120 Stroke 3.75
Subtract 305 from 350 and that will give you the difference (or interval) between the two numbers:- the answer is 45. However, if you mean what is the difference between a Chevy 305 and a Chevy 350, then it is the difference between the engine bore (the cylinder) sizes. The 305 bore is 3.740 inches. And the 350 bore is 4.000 inches, giving the Chevy 350 20HP more then the Chevy 305.
The Bore of an engine is the tube that the piston goes up and down in.
BORE is 3.740 and the stroke is 3.480
Yes, You can. But you have to bore the Engine Bore bigger to match the piston. The Guage can be located at any Autoparts store.
The bore and stroke of a 327 small block Chevy is 4.00 inches x 3.25 inches
4.00 bore 3.48 stroke