Scat 434020 Details
Small Block Chrysler/Mopar
Nitride hardened to increase strength and longevity, these standard weight crankshafts are forged from 4340 steel with large micropolished journals. They feature lightening holes in all rod journals, plus straight shot oil holes. Units can withstand the abuse of high-compression applications and street or race engines with mega horsepower.
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Scat has been manufacturing and distributing crankshafts, connecting rods, and engine components for more than fifty years. The tradition continues to this day with a 42,000 sq/ft facility in Redondo Beach, California. Quality is the first step in all Scat products... skilled craftsmen, superior materials, innovation, and dedication create the absolute best parts for you.
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