These Procomp Electronics cast crankshafts are perfect for mildly built street engines or just to replace stock crankshafts that have seen better days. These Procomp Electronics crankshafts are precision-ground and micro-polished to exacting tolerances.
These Procomp Electronics I-beam connecting rods incorporate all of the best features possible for an I-beam rod, including some strength adders found in H-beam designs. Procomp Electronics I-beam connecting rods are profiled with clearance for long stroke applications. These connecting rods feature a one-rib cap design for added strength and bearing support, polished beams to eliminate stress risers. Procomp Electronics cap screw bolts to greatly increase strength and horsepower capabilities.
Procomp Electronics 'I' Beam Street connecting rods are manufactured from high quality 5140 chromoly steel. The rods are x-rayed and ultrasonically tested with all s
Ok a explorer 5.0 has a 50oz balance will the harmonic balancer and 50oz flex plate work on this kit?
Does this kit come with piston rings, crank bearings, and cam rod bearings?
are pistons for standard bore. 4.00
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