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    So a buddy asks me in subis what is the difference between long blocks and short blocks? Didnt know what to say.. What is the difference?

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    shortblock = block, crank, rods, pistons

    Longblock = shortblock + heads, cams, intake

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    A longblock includes the shortblock.

    A shortblock is usually the pistons, rods, and crank. The heads, valves, camshafts, etc. aren't included, where they would be as part of the LB, along with everything from the SB.
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    So it's not the 4cyl vs. 6cyl?! 6 cylinder HAS to be longer...
    You can't have everything - where would you put it?

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