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Hey guys I'm clueless lol. What's a 317 bbk like acronym and all what does it replace where does it go and what's its purpose.
350 Rancher specifically, not to be confused with the older 350's.I have a 317 kit in my Blue 300 , it is a 300 jug bored to accept a 350 sleeve and piston
With regards to as learning as much as possible, it takes time and nobody here will judge you for your lack of knowledge. Don't be afraid of asking what you may think is a silly question, no question is silly if you genuinely don't understand.Yes that did explain a lot thanks for sharing the info. So then what how does a jet kit work? Also what's the use in clutch kits? Thanks just wanna be able to learn as much as I can.
So my 317 was bored to .025 over stock , so what it going be now , maybe 320-322 ?
I think the formula is radius squared times the stroke. Radius is half the bore in case you forgot high school geometry. LOLSo my 317 was bored to .025 over stock , so what it going be now , maybe 320-322 ?
50 thou over would be bang on 327ccI did forget the " .0 " , thanks for straightening that out for me , you are so right , .025 over is what I meant , so 322 is the answer ----so .050 would be about 327 , which is a cool number for an engine size , a 327 mouse , hope I don't see that day soon , I know you don't care much for the 317, Mac', I might be starting to agree with you , seems I may be in the process learning something I was told recently , that the 300 jug is bored so thin from cramming the 350 sleeve into it , that when the cold water hits the engine and causes rapid cooling that it shortens the life
How much power and speed does it add and what cam and valve springs u running and what jets?I have a 317 kit in my Blue 300 , it is a 300 jug bored to accept a 350 sleeve and piston