can you make a gm 305 block a 350?
No you can not - Nice Try though
well that shows how much you know about gm because the 305 and 350 blocks are the same the only difference is the length of the stroke
same block but the largest displacement out of the 305 can get is 34x ci. cant reach the 350 ci with a 305
Main Bearing journals are a differnt size and will not fit a 350 crank A 350 block is a 4 inch bore a 305 is NOT and cannot be bored out to 4 inches as the coolant chambers are too close SO NO I say again it cannot
wat are you guys talkin about the blocks ARE the same and a 305 CAN be made to a 350 but its not worth the effort when u can buy a 350 used cheap and a crate for a RELE affordable price please if you dont know wat ur talkin about dont post
Lmfao!!! Dude just stop before you embarass yourself further. You couldn't be more wrong!!!
if im soo wrong then why do i know a guy who did it? he had a 350 with a hole in the block and a 305 with bad crank and he used the 305 machined it and re assembled it using the 350 internals(305 block only) he didnt have the money to buy a motor and he had the equiptment to machine it himself so it cost him $0 so YES it can be done with a little machining and i stand by my word that it is NOT worth it
Sorry you are confused - There is no way you are going to bore a block 1/4 inch to fit the 350 pistons As the previous person said GIVE up - Your wrong. ;b The bore on a 305 is 3.75-78 - 350 is a flat out 4.00 inches Do the math My Assumption is the bad crank was milled down to fit the journals of a 305 ( lot of metal but I suppose it can be done ) You would have to cut both mains and rods to 305 specs and he used all the internals of the 305. Would be my guess making of course another 305
Jeff - You asked a question Do not pretend to know the answer Bore Stroke Rods and Mains Diameter are all different
Lmao. I love listening to people talk out of their ass. There's 3 possabilities here. He lied to you, you're lyig to us, or you misunderstood what he did. Google the question. You will find that a can be made into something like 34x ci butnot 350 ci.
:) - I agree - Its a stroker 340 yer thinking of
yep. this guy is basically saying you could turn a 305 into 383 using his logic lol.
I have a stroker 434 in my Race car :) A Ton and a half does 12.33 @ 111mph ... Not bad for a heavy car and factory fuel system :) I am done with this topic Take care Chase
sorry to all i just called him and it was a 327 block as he later found out at the time we thought it was a 305 becuz that is wat we were told it was
The 400 ci block is much different. The 2 inside cylinders on each side are closer than the outside cylinders. Spacing isn't even and it creates problems for boring the engine out in many cases.
remember mexican blocks have off set bores. dont get them
All of you are partially wrong. 350 and 305 cranks are the same. as long as you have same journal family. 350 has a 3.48 stoke and also 305. the only thing that seperated them is bore size. the 305 crank has weight removed for balancing purposes . Chevy 302,327&350's are all same blocks but not 305'. a 304 can be stroked to a 34x sumthing. depending on boring sizes availible
I hope you can help me, you can replace a 305 by 350 Chevrolet, thank you very much for your help
Jeff is completely wrong everything in the 305 and the 350 are the same exc. bore 350- 4" and 305-3.736. Rods are 5.7,stroke 3.48,main journal 2.45 and rods are 2.10 this is for both 350 and 305. As far as boring it to 4" the sleeves might be to thin. May work for awhile or may be to hot. Not with the investment in my book.