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big Mo

02-05-2013 00:10:30

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Jeff what's the bore and stroke for 900. Can you build one 1000. Looking to beat up on some 460 with red diamond motors.

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02-05-2013 14:20:26

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to big Mo, 02-05-2013 00:10:30  
If you are looking for a crank, I have one 7.625" I have not decided if I am gonna use it or not.... I might stay at 7.00-7.25...

It was welded by Jeff @ Stamm Equipment, and never used. Now for the bad news... It will need to be re ground as it was set up for U rods which will not work!!! Would have to do a custom rod... Give me an email address if interested, can send some pics too... This crank cost $2500 originally!

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02-06-2013 10:57:55

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to 6pack, 02-05-2013 14:20:26  
6Pack I am interested in the crank if it's still available. Send me an email. Thanks. Ryan

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02-06-2013 12:16:55

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to RnRPerformance, 02-06-2013 10:57:55

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02-06-2013 03:59:07

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to 6pack, 02-05-2013 14:20:26  
$2500 for that crank? Sounds like you got screwed.
I had one welded up and turned for about half that much.

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02-06-2013 05:59:25

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to PullerMMU, 02-06-2013 03:59:07  
MMU where can you get a crank stroked 1.625" for $1200? Is it still together?

Is it a backyard weld job? Bobby Hinton told me about a hack shop that are just welding blocks on to the journals and grinding them down and out the door they go! They do not last long

I did not have this crank done... It was another puller that had it done never put it together and lost interest, his loss my gain!!
I do know that around my area, guys are getting over $100 for every 0.100" of stroke added, 1 shop will not even quote it, it is a flat rate $80 until it is done...

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02-06-2013 06:22:17

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to 6pack, 02-06-2013 05:59:25  
Terre Haute, IN

You got screwed.

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02-05-2013 04:35:50

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 Re: pulling motor in reply to big Mo, 02-05-2013 00:10:30  
MM heads will not flow enough to feed a 900 cid 4 cylinder motor. 1000 cid is a total waste of money unlees your main goal is to brag on how big your motor is.

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