What year did they stop making the 327 engine?
The final year for the 327 engine was 1969.
How much HP can you get out of a 327?
Rated at 375 hp, the fuel-injected 327 was a high-winding screamer, as satisfying to drive as any big-block. At the other end of the spectrum, the 327 was also offered at much more pedestrian power levels, as low as 210 hp (gross).
Is a 327 and 350 block the same?
The 327 uses a 3.25 inch stroke, where the 350 uses a longer 3.48 inch stroke(thats what makes it bigger). Depending on the year of the block, the biggest difference in the block itself is the main journal size.
How much HP can I get out of a 383 stroker?
That combo would probably make around 465 hp and nearly 500 lb-ft, but at less rpm.
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Did Chevrolet ever make a 327 4 bolt main?
No – GM never made a 4-bolt 327 for production use; many have been drilled and tapped for six extra splayed bolts with aftermarket main caps on the #2-3-4 journals by machine shops, but GM never made one.
Can you stroke a 327?
Your 327 has a 4 inch bore, so yes, you could make it a 355 or a 383. (also a 302, for that matter). A 1965 327 has a small journal crank, that is a factory “forged” piece. Your engine builder is making a 355 or a 383 by changing the crankshaft to a longer stroke, and replacing the pistons to match.
Will 350 heads work on a 327?
Bill, 350 heads will work on your 327. Avoid 305 heads like the plague, though. You will want to find some with similar size combustion chamber and valve size/port size in order to keep at least the same power output your 327 had when new.
Will a 327 crank fit a 350?
No can do. As 47chevycoupe stated, the extra stroke length will put the pistons about 0.23 inch higher, or way above the deck. 327 stroke = 3.250, 350 = 3.480. Your 68 327 should be a large journal, but it might be small journal.