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Blueprint Engines BP3830

Blueprint Engines Short Block Assembly Small Block Chevy 383ci Stroker

138-BP3830

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Blueprint Engines Short Block Assembly Small Block Chevy 383ci Stroker $2,351.99
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Short Block Assembly
  • Small Block Chevy 383ci Stroker
  • 2-Piece Rear Main Seal
  • 4-Bolt Main Caps
  • Hypereutectic Flat Top Pistons
  • 11.1:1 Compression Ratio with 64cc Combustion Chamber Cylinder Heads & .041'' gasket
  • Blueprint Engines BP3830 Details

    Chevy - Small Block

    Approximate Compression Ratio
    58cc Chamber11.9:1
    64cc Chamber11.1:1
    68cc Chamber10.6:1
    72cc Chamber10.1:1
    76cc Chamber9.7:1

    Rotating Assembly:

    • Hastings Moly rings
    • Keith Black hypereutectic pistons
    • Standard or 10-10 undersized journals on cast crank
    • Clevite bearings
    • Chevy 5.7'' heavy beam rods
    • Blacklight magnufluxed
    • Stress relieved and shot peened
    • Indexed and stroke corrected during grinding
    • Oil hole chamfered for improved flow
    • Super ''micro-polish'' for superior finish

      Note: This engine requires the use of an external balance design damper. A balance plate is included with this engine, if it's retained then an internal balance design flexplate or flywheel is required. To use an external balance design flexplate or flywheel the balance plate must be removed before installation.

     

    Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Assembled
    Yes
    Flexplate Included
    No
    Flywheel Included
    No
    Harmonic Balancer Included
    No
    Oil Pan Included
    No
    Piston Material
    Hypereutectic aluminum
    Timing Cover Included
    No
    Engine Block Material
    Cast iron
    Main Journal Type
    350 mains
    Engine Balance
    External
    Connecting Rod Beam Style
    I-beam
    Rear Main Seal Style
    2-piece
    Crankshaft Material
    Cast steel
    Deck Height (in.)
    9.025
    Short Block Piston Style
    Flat top
    Main Bolt Style
    4-bolt
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    BP3830
    Shipping Weight:
    379
    Package Height:
    24
    Package Depth:
    26.5
    Package Width:
    30.5

    Blueprint Engines Short Block Assemblies are a great basis for a drivable and reliable high performance engine. All rotating assemblies are balanced within 2 grams on a computerized balancer.

    Features:
  • Cast Iron Crankshaft
  • Cylinder wall thickness ''sonic tested''
  • Cylinders bore angle corrected to be 90° perpendicular to crank centerline
  • Cylinder bore centerline corrected to be exactly centered over crank centerline
  • Decks machined parallel to crank centerline
  • Right and left side decks machined equal distance from crank centerline
  • Main bearing bores align honed to correct size and straightness
  • Cylinders computer honed to tolerance of 200 millionths of an inch
  • Cylinders plateau finished for virtually instant break-in
  • Screw-in oil galley plugs installed in place of soft plugs

  • What oil pan works with this sb, harmonic balancer, flywheel (not flexplate), timing cover.?? Cost?

    Asked by: OLDcg
    This engine is based off of the early style Chevy 350 with a two piece rear main seal. The oil pan the you do use on your build will need to fit your chassis and the stroke of our crank. Balancer that will be required is externally weighted for a 400 cubic inch engine. Flywheel can be internally balanced and you will need to use the balance plate that we ship along with the engine.
    Answered by: BluePrint Engines
    Date published: 2019-02-21

    I have a flat tapper camshaft in a 72 350 will it work with this block?

    Asked by: Bowtie69
    The block that we use on this engine build is the early style two piece rear main seal block, both a flat tappet and a roller camshaft would work on this engine.
    Answered by: BluePrint Engines
    Date published: 2019-02-21

    what kind of horse power can this short block handle?

    Asked by: JB73
    The maximum recommended with this block will be 600 hp.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    How much boost can it hold up to ?

    Asked by: Jaodjjc
    Conservatively , 5-7psi
    Answered by: SteveM
    Date published: 2017-12-29

    I have 1969 302 out of a Z/28 that I lost an oil ring and I wanted to use all of the parts from that engine on a new short block. Will this 383 work with the old camel hump heads, roller rockers, etc. from that engine?

    Asked by: markinnaples
    Yes, those parts will work on this engine.
    Answered by: BrandonJ
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    Can I use a lt4 hot cam in this engine

    Asked by: Jason81
    This engine is designed to use the early style small block Chevy camshafts.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-02-21
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