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520 conversion On my 350 I want to fit a 600 cylinder Such a japanese kit existed Is it possible ? which part must I change ?

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Yes this could be done you would have to change your piston to a bigger size to suit the 600 cylinder and maybe even the conrod as it would produce much more compression and the orignal may bend under the strain as for a kit i'm not shore if one exists you may also have to strenghten the bottom end as it might not be able to take the change in power output.If you do all this it would work fine but you will be looking at big $$$

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