Chrysler - Small Block
Reduced Rotating Weight Same innovative features as Scat's 4340 Forged Lightweight Crankshaft, but it is pounds LIGHTER!
to Increase Horsepower!
This race crank starts life as a Scat spec'd forging before it is precision cut, machined and ground before it is nitrided hardened for superior wear resistance. Key features of the Superlight crankshaft are the aero wing counterweights, pendulum undercut counter weights, rod journals are bridge for increased strength and lightening holes in all rod journals, large radius on all journals, straight shot and chamfered oil holes make this crankshaft super light and the racers top choice!
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Scat has been manufacturing and distributing crankshafts, connecting rods and engine components for the automotive aftermarket since the early 1960's. This tradition continues to this day with their 42,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Redondo Beach, California, USA! All Scat engine components are made with quality at the forefront, starting with only the best materials. All of their highly trained and skilled craftsman use Scat's innovation, creativity and dedication to produce you the absolute best parts possible.
Same innovative features as Scat's 4340 Forged Lightweight Crankshaft, but it is pounds LIGHTER!
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