How To Build a Chevy 383 Stroker - Part 1: Block & Crank
This is a new multi part series on how to assemble a small block Chevy 383 stroker motor (actually it is an internal combustion engine - "motors" are electric - but I digress LOL). MOST of the assembly applies to any small block engine. I have divided up the assembly procedure into many parts so you can skip to the specific part you are looking for, i.e: crank, camshaft, timing chain or how to adjust rockers. This whole series was shot by myself with my iPhone so presenting, filming and assembling could all be done smoother but "ir-regardless" I hope it helps. PS - For those of you who who did NOT get the joke and are taking the "engine" and "motor" thing WAYYY too seriously, here are a couple instructional aides to help you figure out why you have no sense of humor.... also I would never use "ir-regardless" in proper English. http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061118030153AAa0H3F http://www.ask.com/question/what-is-the-difference-between-a-motor-and-an-e ngine Thank you. Shannon http://www.corvettesandcustoms.org
383 STROKER BURN OUT
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Building a 1979 - 1984 Chevy 383 Stroker K20 4WD
The build of my Chevy K20 4WD back in 2002-2003, put to the infamous Johnny Cash song "One Piece At A Time". Final product was a Chevy 4wd 3/4 ton pickup built from choice parts of 3 separate pickups of 3 different model years. Original truck was a rusted-out blue 1979 Chevy K20 3/4 ton pickup. Motor built was a 350 (5.7 liter) Chevy, that was stroked to 383 cu in, with 10.25 to 1 compression ratio, a NP205 bulletproof 4wd transfer case, and a turbo 400 trans. Thx for watching and ratings/comments welcome!