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ok i thought it was a 350, but my neighbor who worked at GM said he thinks its bigger then a 350, i dont know if theres anywhere in the truck to look so im just asking...how many cubic inches is it?
 

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Its called up in parts catalogs as a 368. At least from what I have seen.
 

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Yeah, 368 sounds right.

350 / 5700 = .0614035xxxxxxx

.06140 * 6000 = 368.4

So 368 Cubic Inches assuming a 5.7l engine is exactly 5700 cc's
 

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Germanator said:
the 5.7L is actually a 347.8353 ci
the 6.0L is 366.1425 and might be rounded to 367 or 368.
1L=61.02374 ci
Keep in mind the 5.7 LS1 was rounded up to 5.7 L while the 5.7 LT1 motors were more along the lines of actual 350's instead of 347's. I read somewhere that the new LS1's are actually 5.6x engines rounded up :D
 

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Germanator said:
the 5.7L is actually a 347.8353 ci
the 6.0L is 366.1425 and might be rounded to 367 or 368.
1L=61.02374 ci
:word: He's got it right....

Cameron
 

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yeah, he does have it right...you have to think to, 350 = 5.7, 351 = 5.8...so you cant get it exact using 350/5.7...but it is somewhere between 61 and 62 ci/L
 

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Both the Gen III and Gen IV 6.0 L Vortec engines had identical displacement of 5.967 L, or 364.1 cubic inches. These engines had a bore of 4.0 inches with a stroke of 3.62 inches.
 

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Holy shit. 14 year old thread revival. This thread is as old as fake John sema


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