67 and older 327's are small main journal blocks. THere is nothing said about the year of the block except it's the 327 that was in it when is was bought. Bought when? is it original? IF it is 67 or older you can not get a stroker crank with the main journal size required to fit the block, at least none that I know of. 68 and up 327's (68 to 69) are all large main journal blocks. Basicly a 350 block with a 307 crank = a 327. So if it's a large journal main block it can be done just as you would stroke a 350. Kinda cool from the stand point numbers on block would say 327 but it's a 383 inside.
Also no waste, it can easly be returned to a 327 just the same as returning one that was orginaly a 350 that was stroked to 383 back to a 350. No mods are made that makes it a stroker for life after it's done.
"If you can leave black marks on a straight from the time you exit a corner till the time you brake for the next turn.......
Then, you have enough horsepower."
My 67 Camaro Time Line
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