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Best prices on stroker kits?

Post  machwon169 on November 6th 2011, 5:21 pm

Looking to buy a decent stroker kit...forged pistons, h beam rods... Cast or forged crank..

Looking for a 700-800hp cabaple bottom end...

Where is the best prices at?

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Re: Best prices on stroker kits?

Post  69F100 on November 6th 2011, 5:43 pm


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Re: Best prices on stroker kits?

Post  John Myrick on November 6th 2011, 6:16 pm

It's not just about price but, support after the sale also

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Post  69F100 on November 6th 2011, 6:28 pm


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Re: Best prices on stroker kits?

Post  schmitty on November 6th 2011, 6:56 pm

Lem @ BF Evans, or Adney @ Performance Crankshaft are who I would call. I would do a forged crank if it's in the budget, well worth a few extra $$$ and by the time you get a cast crank balanced it is close to the price of forged unit. Cool

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Re: Best prices on stroker kits?

Post  rmcomprandy on November 6th 2011, 8:54 pm

schmitty wrote:Lem @ BF Evans, or Adney @ Performance Crankshaft are who I would call. I would do a forged crank if it's in the budget, well worth a few extra $$$ and by the time you get a cast crank balanced it is close to the price of forged unit. Cool

ONLY if you are referring to getting a cast steel crank totally Internally balanced which isn't really necessary for a stroker making 800 horsepower; (unless you get a cheapo cast crank). Internal front and external rear will perform for years on end and is very cost effective.

I would get the stroker kit from Adney though. PRE-balanced and ready to go.

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Post  dfree383 on November 7th 2011, 8:36 am

Get the Forged Crank, Its worth the extra $$$ in a stroker application in the HP range your looking at.

Also don't just look at the price, Alot of the Cheaper kits, like Eagle, RPM, CAT Ect. end up costing more because of sloppy tolerances and poor machine work.

Adney is definetly a great source for cranks and Assemblies, first rate service and the tolerances will be on the money.

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