not really......you can have the 350 heads reworked for better performance. Besides, the 327 heads do not have the mounting holes for the alt. and other stuff that mounts to the front of the heads I tryed this on a race motor I built. The heads were just too small. ANSWER You can go to after market ex: Dart or whatever u want, have the cc you want for compression, valve size that u want ex: 202 intake, ported and polished. You will get top performance this way. Match the heads to the engine.
327 heads do not have the mounting holes like a 350. Alt, and a/c brackets although if you are not using serpetine pully's they have no problem going on a 350 I have a set on my 350 and it runs absolutely beautifully
yes just get head gaskets for the 350 not the 327
Most people think that they gain more power from putting a 327 head on a 350. unless you get a head that is a high performance head you are not changing much.
Yes they will.
The Chevy 350 is 5.7 liters the 327 is 5.3 liters
A 350 block with a 327 crank is called a 327. Bore it 60 over and it becomes a 337. Don't know what pop up heads are. Never heard of that.
yes it will
That should be a 4 bolt main 350
Yes it will, if the 350 intake is from a pre-1987 engine.
3970010 is a 327 in the years from 1967-1969 and 350 from 1976-1979
Yes it will as long as the 350 engine is not newer then a 1986
65 FT. LBS
They are basically the same heads, If the 93 350 is a vortex motor.
That is a moot question because either motor can be built to be stronger than the other one. Stock motor verses stock mototr an older 327 will produce more horsepower unless you find a four bolt main 350 which is called the 350LT1
It depends on which heads whomever built the stroker motor decided to use.
a 350 or 327 that is the question. A 350 or a 327
the water jackets are different , the motor will keep running hot
Set the motor to TDC, pull the #1 spark plug, put a small wooden dowl rod in the cylinder, rotate the engine and measure the stroke. 3.25" = 327, 3.48" = 350
No it will not. The bolt patteren is different on the intake and heads. Won't work.
Should bolt right up... that motor didn't change for 40 years.