They make billet cranks but I'm waiting for someone to actually run one at high rpms to see how it holds. I don't want to spend over 6k and be the first one to break one :lol:
At 578 cubes spinning 1800-2250 and running 128 octane fuel there was pretty much no red tractor that I could not beat, I even outpulled a Super M with a turbo!
The trouble came from the Minnie Mo's, I could beat most of them and get within a few feet of the rest. I did outpull a couple of them that I always thought were pretty hot.
The 4 valve head has been on my mind for a while and it will be a someday deal. You don't wanna change too much stuff at once or you will never get it to run right :D I really think I have a goo shot at running 35-4000 with a 2 valve head thats flowed correctly.
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