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looking at a motorsport 351 block and was wondering if you could bore it that big? i already have pistons made for a 4.165 but can get a good deal on the alum block and might go that route, just dont wanna spend the money to redo pistons. its a k351 block they call its a clevor?
 

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Look on the website and see if it lists the OD of the sleeve. If you are going N/A you'll be fine with anything over .065 wall thickness.
 

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I had a k351 block before and went 4.125 with it. If you are going to oring head/block you will have a rought time at 4.165 bore. NA application you should be fine. if you run a power sdder those cylinders are thin and hard to stay round. just my 2 cents.
 

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I had a k351 block before and went 4.125 with it. If you are going to oring head/block you will have a rought time at 4.165 bore. NA application you should be fine. if you run a power sdder those cylinders are thin and hard to stay round. just my 2 cents.
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