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Old 01-16-2011, 08:13 PM
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Stroker 4 a 1994 5.7 block?

I cant seem to find the drop in cranks to stroke a 94 350. I dont know the actual crank and rod diam. specs to just order one. that matches. I want to build a 383. They got the cranks for all the way up to 93.

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I cant seem to find the drop in cranks to stroke a 94 350. I dont know the actual crank and rod diam. specs to just order one. that matches. I want to build a 383. They got the cranks for all the way up to 93.
Where are you looking. The catalog stores dont list everything thats available, just the stuff they sell the most off. Go directly to the crank manufacturers' websites(Scat, Eagle, Lunati,...). If you still cant find or figure out what you need, contact the companies directly, they all should offer some sort of tech line to call, or email tech service.
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I've been e-mailing scat directly...I'm hoping the one i have found is correct. but i think it is for older blocks because the time line is up to 92. I'm still waiting on a reply email.
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I see SCAT rotating assemblies at JEG's and Summit both, '92-'97 SBC, doing a simple search. Took me about 45 seconds. Like Fmrstr asked, where are you looking??

You only buying a crank? You'll need different pistons, for either 5.7 or 6 inch rods, you know all that I assume.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SE...ET&prefilter=1

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Is this where you're looking: http://scatcrankshafts.com/

They list several grades of crank, 2-pc and 1-pc seal, 5.7 and 6 inch rods for the 3.75 stroke cranks for 350 blocks, no year designation.

3.75 stroke crank for either one piece or two piece rear main 350 block. What else do you need?
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i want the 3.75 stroke crank. i have not designated rod type and piston type yet. what are the pros and cons of going with a 6" or a 5.7"rod? Thank you.
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