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Standard bore would be 372.

Q: What is the cubic inch when putting a 350 crank into a 400 block?

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You need 8 cubic blocks of sides 0.5 inches to make a 1 inch block.

The 77 has better metallurgy. Any advantages of the 68 318 are not specific to the block.

It would be equal to the number of blocks in cubic inches.

16.387 cubic centimeters per cubic inch.

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If you look at the rod bolt NUTS and if a 9/16 socket will fit it, Then it is a large journal. If they are a 1/2 inch, Then it is a small journal.

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Volume of 1 inch block is 1 cubic inch Volume of 1/2 inch block is (1/2) x (1/2) x (1/2) = 1/8 cubic inch Therefore number of 1/2 inch blocks in 1 cubic inch block = 1/(1/8) = 8

100 Cubic inch about 85 (at crank) 106 Cubic inch 97(at crank once again) HD 96" about 67...

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You need 8 cubic blocks of sides 0.5 inches to make a 1 inch block.

BIG BLOCK OR SMALL BLOCK DOES NOT DEPEND ON CUBIC INCHES . IT IS THE DESIGN OF THE BLOCK ITS SELF.

The 77 has better metallurgy. Any advantages of the 68 318 are not specific to the block.

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Means 350 cubic inch Block space

No. But there was a 348 cubic inch big block which equates to 5.7 liters.