How much would it cost to build a 383 stroker motor?
Re: Building a 383 Stroker, costs and challenges
You can put a 383 together to handle about 400-450 horses for probably $1500-$1600. That would be a short block. It’s probably possible to build it for around $1200 everything off a 400 and 350 except for new pistons, rings, and bearings.
How much HP does a 383 stroker make?
That combo would probably make around 465 hp and nearly 500 lb-ft, but at less rpm. But never mind that. The point here is 502 lb-ft at 4,700 rpm and 500-plus horsepower from 5,700-6,200 rpm.
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How much does it cost to bore a 350 to a 383?
The machine work is usually in the $250~300 range for bore & hone to size ( including cam bearing install if desired). Bottom edges of block may need light relieving to clear rod bolts.
Is a 383 worth it?
Well-worth it for the added low-end torque, a mild 383 build is less than $200 more to put together than a 350. They’re so common now it seems hardly anyone builds up a 350 block without putting in a 3.75″ stroke crank.
Is it cheaper to build or buy a engine?
If you don’t already have the right tools at your disposal, it will costs thousands of dollars more to build an engine than to buy a crate engine. However, the most costly factor of building an engine isn’t the parts or tooling – it’s inexperience.
How much does a 700 hp engine cost?
Base Price $16,999
The LSx 454 700hp Crate Engine makes max power and torque with a hydraulic cam which is very street able but also gives you the sound you are looking for!!
Why is a 383 better than a 400?
The 383 has a better RPM range, with lots of low end torque. The 400 is a great truck engine, and if done properly, can be a great car engine as well. No_Dice was right, most of the overheating problems these engines has was because GM was using too small of a radiator for the engine.
What is the benefit of a stroker motor?
A stroker is an engine that has been modified to increase the length of the stroke and therefore has a greater engine capacity. Its benefits are improved torque and power.
Are stroker engines reliable?
A few years ago stroker motors weren’t very reliable but with testing and redesigning now they are almost as reliable as a stock motor as long as you treat them right.
What can a 350 be bored out to?
For a street engine, with a production 350, 4.030″ is the max for any power adder. for low-rpm torque, 4.080″ is okay. If you fill the water jackets with filler, a tall-fill for racing will give a 350 block a max bore of 4.125″. No production 400 should ever go past 4.185″, even with a tall-fill.
Can I use 383 pistons in a 350?
The 350 pistons will not fit. The 383 pistons have the wrist pin moved up closer to the oil ring to accomodate the longer stroke and keep the top of the piston below the deck.
What do I need for a 383 stroker?
How to Build a Budget 383 Stroker Chevy Engine
- Start with any small-block 350 engine, preferably four-bolt main. …
- Purchase any one of the several 383 stroker crankshaft/rod/piston kits on the market. …
- Acquire a set of new or used, fully assembled L31 GM Vortec cylinder heads.
Why do people buy crate engines?
Buyers of new crate engines experience far less problems than those who purchase remanufactured engines. Their engines deliver a far greater performance, a much longer life expectancy, and in most cases, are far cheaper over the long run.
Is a 383 stroker good for towing?
Vendor. The Chevy parts will be cheaper and a 383 built to tow does pretty good but will suck the gas. For the most part all of the small blocks of the same general size will tow about the same.