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Old 07-30-2006, 12:28 PM
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Urgent need of old Lunati info

If you have any info on the specs of the following parts, please post.
Im thinking of buying old but unused Lunati crank and rods. What I dont know (neither does the seller) is exactly how much theyre good for in terms of hp.

Crank: Streetrace series. Sonic tested and nitrit hardened (correct english?)

Rods: Also from the Streetrace series. I-beam, magnafluxed, shotpeened, floating pin.

Please provide any info you have

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Old 07-30-2006, 01:21 PM
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holley bought them out so you could try calling either holley or lunati and maybe they will help
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Here is their description for the rods:


"Available in the popular Small Block Chevy 5.700" and 6.000" rod lengths and 5.400" for Ford Windsors, the Street Race Rod is forged from premium 4340 alloy steel and utilizes the Lunati 187.000 psi cap screws, rather than the typical nut and bolt arrangement. This provides superior clamping force on the rod journal. The small end uses a full floating Ampco bronze bushing, however, it is also available as a press pin fit on the 5.700" rod. The entire rod surface is shot peened to prevent stress risers and improve overall appearance. The Street Race rod comes in weight matched sets to facilitate balancing, and has passed the 10 million cycle test for strength and durability. The Street Race Rod is suited for approximately 450 hp @ 7000 RPM in Street, Bracket and Oval Track applications. Approximate weight is 580 grams."
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