Small Block Chevy
Less Rotating Weight for More Horsepower!
These crankshafts use the same space-age material as Scat's 9000 Series Stock Replacements yet are modified to be lighter. Pro Comp Lightweight Crankshafts utilize lightening holes and aero-wing counterweights to reduce weight and windage. They're an ideal, affordable option for increasing the cubic inches and horsepower of mild to moderate street or race engines.
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.
What harmonic dampener would you suggest running with this crank?
Is thos crank only to be use in the making of a 383 stroker or can ot be used in a 5.7liter block that has not been machine for a stroker.
I have a iron lm7 iron block that I want to use this in. I’m boring it to a 3.9 but this is my first build so I want to get it right. Can I use this crank and how much hp can it handle?
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