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Post  procharger 528 on March 31st 2016, 8:22 pm

hi im looking at getting a billet crank made for my 572 pro charged engine i was talking to a guy who says i should get it made with center counter weights on the center thrust bearing i was told it will help with the big rpm 8800 and stop the crank from flexing...as i have had trouble with the crank thats in it anyone got any thoughts on this?...i want to turn the power up its around 1800 HP now............thanks
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Re: billet cranks

Post  Paul Kane on April 1st 2016, 12:17 pm

I don't know that it will "stop" the flexing but it ought to reduce and/or change the dynamic of the situation.

If you're investing in a billet crankshaft in an attempt to reduce crankshaft flexing then you might also consider having it made with Chrysler rod journals while you're at it.
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