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Old 12-29-2006, 01:45 AM
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I have seen a few people toss this name around a couple times so I decided to check them out. They have the crankshaft I am looking for for about $125 less than a similar Eagle crank through Summit. Have many of you more experienced engine builders dealt with this company or do you know any good (or bad) things about them? I'm looking for a forged crank for a Chevy 400 and right now my choices look like these guys or Eagle. Are there any other options to consider?

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Old 12-29-2006, 07:17 AM
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They are probably similar to eagle/scat in that they forged over seas and finish them hear. I know of a few guys running Ohio assemblies in BBC's.
They are happy with them.
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my brother uses their stuff every year in his latemodel race car motors... and he builds stupid stuff every year... 428 434 410 383 etc...
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