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Bsquared
Member
posted August 18, 2003 08:27 PM
I am looking for part #'s for a lightweight crank and rods. I need these components to be steel (not alluminum) and for a 350. If Chevrolet does not make a lighter rod and crank any alternatives would be appreciated.
Does anyone know if Brzenski can put a part number on a crank? Thanks
Just looking for more HP's


Dixon
Member
posted August 19, 2003 01:26 PM
I know Crower makes a lightweight steel crank with an O.E. part number on it. I think they call it the "Outlaw" but I can't put my finger on the info right now. If memory serves me correctly, I think it's pretty expensive, but maybe not as bad as having one custom done.


Dixon
Member
posted August 19, 2003 01:35 PM
Found the info:

Crower makes two "Outlaw" cranks. Both have "1182" forging number on them so they pass as a stock piece. One crank is completely stock looking, and weighs 55 lbs. The other has lightening holes and O.D. trimming and weighs 51 lbs.

Part numbers (from Scoggin Dickey):
CROP95121 ("stock") $934.95
CROSP95121 (light) $989.95


Bsquared
Member
posted August 21, 2003 02:44 PM
Doesn't a Stock crank weigh 50# already?


66jj
Member
posted August 21, 2003 04:30 PM
pretty close, crower are heavy ....

a std crower is 60 plus.

save your money

sbc350
Member
posted August 21, 2003 07:49 PM
Stock GM cast cranks are around 50lbs. The forged ones are about 56lbs. Thats why a lightened 1182 GM forged crank weighs about 48-50lbs.


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