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    Default Gen VI 502

    My crank is at the machine shop now. He's saying it needs to be turned 20/20. My builder is explaining to me that he does not build a motor with a crank turned more than 10/10 due to stress that will be put on the crank etc. the motor will be at 600 hp. I don't want to half @$$ build it. So it's looking like I'm going to be out another 1k on a crank... What's y'all's thoughts? Thanks for the advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas 272 View Post
    My crank is at the machine shop now. He's saying it needs to be turned 20/20. My builder is explaining to me that he does not build a motor with a crank turned more than 10/10 due to stress that will be put on the crank etc. the motor will be at 600 hp. I don't want to half @$$ build it. So it's looking like I'm going to be out another 1k on a crank... What's y'all's thoughts? Thanks for the advice.
    If you were building a stock engine to go in a daycrusier the crankshaft would be alright but whenever you start building power I have to agree with you engine builder 10/10 or standard crankshaft would be my choice.

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    What's your thoughts on stroker cranks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas 272 View Post
    What's your thoughts on stroker cranks?
    You would have to buy new rods and pistons. Also is you oil pan clearanced for a stroker crankshaft?

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    9" pan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas 272 View Post
    9" pan
    Are you sure the pan is 9'' deep. 8'' is all that will fit in a jet boat properly. What I'm talking about is the pan rail clearenced for a stroker crank?

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