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Cool 533 Rotating Assembly $1000-$1100 (Partially Sold)

533 Rotating assembly. This is a Ford rod journal type 533 rotating assembly.

NOTE: The Ford Racing A75 rods and 4.300" crankshaft have since sold.


  • RPM cast 4.300 stroke crankshaft, brand new in box
  • Your choice of Ford Racing A75 rods or Eagle SIR FP rods, brand new in box
  • Probe 24cc "D" shaped dished pistons, brand new in box
This rotating assembly will produce the following compression ratios with a Fel-Pro 1018 head gasket and 10.300" block:
  • 95cc head = 9.25:1
  • 75cc head = 10.75:1
All parts are brand new, pictures below are representative of the exact same p/n parts as taken from opened boxes.









Price:
  • $1000 with Ford Racing A75 rods
  • $1100 with Eagle SIR rods
NOTE: The Ford Racing A75 rods and 4.300" crankshaft have since sold.

All prices plus shipping.

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Paul would a set of reg. Probe Flat tops and 6.605 rods work with that crank????

Or do u know someone besides RPM and Ford racing who makes a similiar crank! If I would have seen this deal two weeks ago, I would have bought it!!!!!!!!

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Paul would a set of reg. Probe Flat tops and 6.605 rods work with that crank????

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This crankshaft will work with your OEM rods and Probe flat top piston p/n 14115-030 or 14115-080. It will not work with the 460-stroke Probe 460 flat top pistons p/n 10661-030 or 10661-080 since those are for a 3.85 stroke crankshaft. Incidentally, your rods may be decades old while the rods offered here are brand new FRPP A75 "double-dimple" rods.

Your only other options for locating this type crankshaft (Ford rod journal) is to find an FRPP one, list price is $800+ dollars for the crankshaft alone.

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Hey Paul Jim up in Sac. So would this set up in my 429 block work?
PS I should fire the Torino up this weekend.
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how much for just the crank?
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Hey Paul Jim up in Sac. So would this set up in my 429 block work?
PS I should fire the Torino up this weekend.
Hi Jim,

This piston/rod/stroke combo puts the piston pin down in the bore at BDC the same point as a 557/6.7 rod combo. So it could work in your C9VE block but given the rod length I would opt for a D9TE block.

Glad to hear you'll be pulling out the Torino!

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how much for just the crank?
Sorry, I don't intend to seperate at this time, and in fact I will personally run this rotating myself in one of my own vehicles if it is not grabbed up.

We did have a pallet of these cranksafts sometime ago and might have sold an individual crankshaft back then, but just about all of them have gone into engines, sorry.

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Paul, do you have a block? Maybe we could do some kind of package deal. If you think this is not the way to go let me know also. You can Pm if you would rather discuss it there.
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Paul, do you have a block? Maybe we could do some kind of package deal. If you think this is not the way to go let me know also. You can Pm if you would rather discuss it there.
Jim,

I'll give you a call Saturday and we can discuss the build you are considering, and then I'll point you in the right direction, this kit or a different one depending on your specific needs.

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does it balance internal or external?
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does it balance internal or external?
Eric, as far as I know, all the offshore aftermarket cast 4.3 stroker cranks are external balance.

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Paul,
Have a question, Will the Probe piston #14115-030 work with the Kaase design Aluminum SCJ heads? I e-mailed Probe last week and no reply. Hope you can help. Thanks Jason
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Jason, the 14115-030 is a flat top piston with valve reliefs cut for standard valve layout cylinder heads. The proper thing to do would be to cut new valve pockets into the pistons for for the valve layout that is associated with the SCJ alloy heads.

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Wish it was internal balance..

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Thank you for the bump.

Just an FYI, all the offshore aftermarket cast 4.3 stroker cranks are of the external balance configuration, and only the forged cranks are internal. But a cast 4.3 stroke crank can be internally balanced if need be....although I can't imagine why it's necessary in a cast crankshaft application.

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