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Re: Mistaken Identity... 305 vs 350 SBC

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bobs old iron

03-02-2013 20:22:30

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my guess, if the rings show that the motor is a 350 instead of a 305, because the rings are to small, that might be a clue the head gaskets are to small to fit the the block to seal the 350 hole,, check with the parts store and see if the number on package would be the same, or if you can return the gaskets for the right ones, depending on return policys

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03-04-2013 09:24:44

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 Re: Mistaken Identity... 305 vs 350 SBC in reply to bobs old iron, 03-02-2013 20:22:30  
Comon guys this is a SBC we're talking about; they run from 265 Cu in to 400 cu in. The 265's were a little bit different but from 283 on the block were pretty much the same. Those SBC heads will fit either 305 or 350.
Some of the different cu in engine were made by putting different cranks in different bore blocks. I'm trying to remember if a 283 crank in a 327 block makes a 305 or a 302--305 I think.

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BDT in Minnesota

03-04-2013 12:17:48

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 Re: Mistaken Identity... 305 vs 350 SBC in reply to VADAVE, 03-04-2013 09:24:44  

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welding man

03-04-2013 09:28:08

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 Re: Mistaken Identity... 305 vs 350 SBC in reply to VADAVE, 03-04-2013 09:24:44  
If you put a set of 305 heads on a 350 and don't change the pistons,it won't live,ask me how I know.

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03-04-2013 16:50:41

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 Re: Mistaken Identity... 305 vs 350 SBC in reply to welding man, 03-04-2013 09:28:08  
You must have domed pistons. Which means your compression ratio is high. Or you have a really high lift cam. making it an interference engine. Maybe both.

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