IM shaft is off to be lightened and balanced along with a gasket to make a fancy flange for a 3L big turbo diesel benz project.
i miss the east coast :|
but not enough to move back lol
this project is moving along, lovin it!!
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- 06A Block
- 14:1 CR 8V pistons
- 92.8mm stroke crankshaft
- Solid lifter cylinder head with 42mm intake & 36mm exhaust
Not 200whp but close.
why would it bend? or how? the crank is balanced and its still fairly meaty. it only has 6.5lb or something like that taken off.
and the information i was looking for was on eurosports 20v carb build. last year when i first built this motor i couldn't find anything on it
It would just be good to elaborate on some of these issues As I have done well over 60 cranks now some in NA application and some in Big turbo applications Making over 400WHP and have not gotten any negative feedback on them.
Naturally you want to start with a good forged crank just like the one Kyle is going to use in his car but I am just interested in the specifics of the afor mentioned failures.
How are you doing? The (2) Cranks were in stroked AEB motors so starting off with ABA cores to start. The measurement was taken flywheel hub to crankshaft snout so yes snout to tail. If you have had success with knife edging them then all the power to you. You know I have recommend your work in the past so once you can warranty it then there should be no issues.
Either way you know the drill.
Talk to you later.