Compression Ratio on 347
Hi New here,
Im building a 347 stroker, i already have the shortblock( eagle cast crank, forged rods and pistons, stock roller block, main support system, windage tray.
Combo i am looking to get, AFR 185 heads (58cc), trick flow track heat intake(port matched), 75mm throttle body, 30lb injectors, comp cams XE282hr cam, tko 600 trans, 4.11 9in.
Here is my question. The short block was originally built for the stock 58cc iron heads, to give it a 9.7-1 compression ratio, i didnt want it to high because i wanted to run on pump gas. So i want to leave the short block and pistons alone. I am looking to get 400/400rwhp/rwtq, my question is can i do it with this compression ratio(9.7) or should i have the heads milled to give me a 10.5-1 compression ratio.
Will the increased compression ratio benifit me at all, or would milling the heads hurt the flow?
Are my goals realistic?