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OK so my tablet is acting up, I would go 363 but like I said I'll just go 331 for now because the car I would be at would be too high for the crappy Italian fuel. Trying not to ping or anything lol. 331 would keep me around 9.5 before I actually need good gas @10. I would love to. I also plan on adding towing after the stroker so it will have deep dish pistons like18 or more so I can crank em
I should've read your post first, I didn't see the gas comment. Technically, you could still build a bigger stroker (347, 363) and keep compression down with the right piston and cylinder head choice. Just requires a little homework. My 393 was at 9.7 before I had my stuff milled.
I'm not trying to throw a wrench in your thinking, but the 331 never made sense to me unless you're adding boost and needed to beef up the bottom end.
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