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352 bore and stroke

A freind is building a 352 and we need to know whats the bore and stroke? Also,cant he use 390 heads on the 352? How about boring,60 over ok on a 352?
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352 bore:4.00" stroke:3.50"
390 heads will fit but will yield no gains unless you can find GT or HIPO heads. As for overbore, check with piston manufacturers for what sizes are available. I recommend boring JUST enough to clean up the cylinders. A book called "Ford Performance" by Pat Ganahl is a good referance for basic FE building.

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