The 327 cubic-inch V8, introduced in 1962, had a bore of 4.00 inches and a stroke of 3.25 inches. Factory power ratings varied from 210 horsepower to 375 horsepower for the fuel-injected L84 “Fuelie”.
In it’s day, the 327 cubic-inch L84 was the most powerful naturaly aspirated single cam production small-block engine. The L84’s power combination came with a higher compression ratio, high-performance cylinder heads and an aggresive solid-lifter cam.
- Bore 4.00
- Stroke 3.25
- Compression Ratio 11:1
- Cast iron Cylinder heads, 461 casting
- 2.02 intake valves, 1.60 exhaust valves
- Solid-lifter “Duntov 30-30” camshaft
- 254 degree duration
- 0.484 inch lift
- 114 degree lobe separation
- Rochester mechanical fuel-injection