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Username Post: 377 STROKER????        (Topic#212833)
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03-24-09 07:39 PM - Post#1660121    

377 STROKER??? Has any1 ever heard of the 377 stroker? I have just recently heard about it and have heard that u kan build 1 pretty easy... Any1 no anything about these 377 strokers? Im thinkin about tryin ...

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03-24-09 07:45 PM - Post#1660126    
    In response to woodsboy

a 377 us just a de-stroked 400 (400 with a 350 crank). They are good for high RPM applications, but don't make nearly as much torque as a regular 400.

Not really much use for them in a street application. You could build up the 400 without using the 350 crank and get a better street motor.


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03-24-09 09:39 PM - Post#1660215    
    In response to BigChevy80

A 377 is a stroked std. bore 350 block with a 400 crank.

A 350 crank in a + .030 400 block is a de-stroked 377.

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Edited by fritz1990 on 03-24-09 09:41 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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