Trick Flow's 351 Cleveland started with a 1971 4V block, bored 0.030-inch over, line-honed, and decked. Here, resident engine builder Ron Greczanik holds an Eagle Specialties/Probe Industries connecting rod and piston assembly. Creating a 383 stroker Cleveland requires 6.125-inch rods. The Eagle ESP H-beam rods are forged from 4340 steel and are rated up to 700 hp and 7,500 rpm. The Probe forged piston is designed specifically for 383ci and 408ci Cleveland strokers. It features full-floating wristpins and a 16cc reverse dome to help keep compression in check with the small 62cc combustion chambers. The ring pack is also from Probe; it features 1/16-inch top and secondary rings and a 3mm oil ring.