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02-05-2005 02:03 PM
lluciano77 Get the Eagle kit. They have them on Ebay.

Here is one for $500
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02-05-2005 01:48 PM
acr
Balanced Rotating Assembly-Which One??

Probably going to be rebuilding my 350 SBC soon. Who/What is a good balanced rotating assembly for a mild 350 street motor? I'd like to have about 9-1/2 (+/-) to 1 CR with 64cc Vortec heads. I'm thinking about forged pistons & a good cast crank. Any advice or suggestions are appreciated.

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