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What stroke is the crank? What size rod journals?

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steel or cast???
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From the part number, it's a 4.5" stroke casted crank.
Also it's designed for 6.7" rods.

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From the part number, it's a 4.5" stroke casted crank.
Also it's designed for 6.7" rods.
Its a nodular crank, which means CAST STEEL Good crank Great Price.

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Well, I don't know about any one else, but I've heard nothing back from him......
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From the part number, it's a 4.5" stroke casted crank.
Also it's designed for 6.7" rods.
Mr pope, in all actuality, a crank doesn't care what length rods you put on it. And you ARE reading the part # correctly. They list for about $299 plus shipping. fastford, correct its a cast steel piece.
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Mr pope, in all actuality, a crank doesn't care what length rods you put on it. And you ARE reading the part # correctly. They list for about $299 plus shipping. fastford, correct its a cast steel piece.
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I have a brand new 9000 series crankshaft that i bough and i don't need . I need 250.00 & the ride.# on the box 9-460-4500-6700-2200
(copied form the SCAT web site)

BIG BLOCK FORD, 460 Cubic Inch
ROD ROD TECH

PART #
SHORT # ENGINE STROKE LENGTH PIN WEIGHT NOTES

9-460-4150-6700-2200

946041 460 4.150 6.700 2.200 72 Internal balance,may require Mallory

9-460-4300-6700-2200

946043 460 4.300 6.700 2.200 74 Internal balance,may require Mallory

9-460-4500-6700-2200
946045 460 4.500 6.700 2.200 74 Internal balance,may require Mallory <---------- This one.


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What I "Think" I want to build: 545ci, P-51 Heads, 10-10.5:1 cr, Hyd Roller Cam w/ solid roller lifters (?Isky’s EZ Roller Lifters?), Stealth 8021 IM, Street Gas, all with room to grow so that later I can use it to just strike fear in the eyes of them Chebby Guys!

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Nope, you're quite correct, that's exactly where I got my info too. The point I was trying to make was that a crank doesn't determine (exactly) the length rod that you use, the compression height of the piston determines the rod length.....in combination WITH the stroke. Still, its a good piece at a fair price. And that block is a keeper too for anyone that's within reasonable distance from him.
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Nope, you're quite correct, that's exactly where I got my info too. The point I was trying to make was that a crank doesn't determine (exactly) the length rod that you use, the compression height of the piston determines the rod length.....in combination WITH the stroke. Still, its a good piece at a fair price. And that block is a keeper too for anyone that's within reasonable distance from him.
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Yes, I agree.

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Sooooo, is this crank designed as an IN ternally balanced or EX ternally balanced crank?????
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9-460-4500-6700-2200
946045 460 4.500 6.700 2.200 74 Internal balance,may require Mallory <---------- This one.

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What I "Think" I want to build: 545ci, P-51 Heads, 10-10.5:1 cr, Hyd Roller Cam w/ solid roller lifters (?Isky’s EZ Roller Lifters?), Stealth 8021 IM, Street Gas, all with room to grow so that later I can use it to just strike fear in the eyes of them Chebby Guys!
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OK, maybe I haven't had enough coffee yet this morning BUT, why would you have to add Mallory if its an internally balanced DESIGNED crank?
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