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Is the block bore for the 335 the same as the 350?

The only difference would be the inside bore right?

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8 minutes ago, rustred said:

the sleeves would be thinner in the 350 block.

But the block bore would stay the same?

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9 hours ago, td9bcf180 said:

According to this the block bores are different.  But different sizes of sleeves are available.

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I think that is the actual piston bore, not the block bore.

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What is that book?

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51 minutes ago, IH OAK said:

I think that is the actual piston bore, not the block bore.

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What is that book?

yes that is piston size. there is even n over bore kit of 4 5/8 to make it a 370cid !

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In all theory, yes you should be able to do that. I'm not sure if heads are the same?  When I rebuilt my 350 I did the overbore.  In theory, you could do the same. You're replacing Pistons and sleeves anyhow right?

Mark 

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Yes, new pistons and sleeves would be put into the 335 block.  Head is OK and the injection pump is a Bosch and it's OK so all should be good. 

 

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Make sure when installing the sleeves you get them set with the appropriate amount of the sleeve sticking up above the block deck, so as to come in contact with the head. Some engine gaskets cover the liner, others don't. My 350 experience was the gasket only covered a small portion of the liners.  They are stepped for that liner to contact the head

 

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Will do. Good advice and thanks.  I won't be doing this till the spring.  -35 here last night. No heated garage of my own but booking it in to a friends shop.

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