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    Default Lunati 4340 Pro Series Crank

    Lunati 4" stroke crank for BBC. Came out of my 509 CI. Brand New from Lunati is $1800.00.

    Lunati Ad:
    Lunati Pro Series™ forged crankshafts are top of the line units, manufactured from the highest quality 4340 certified steel. Our 4340 steel forgings meet aircraft quality standards for material cleanliness and purity. Every crank is American forged, American machined and quality checked to meet our exact specifications including: a shaft surface finish of grade 5 RMS or better, journal radii are ground to .140 inch, roundness of each journal is .0001 inch or less and each rod journal is drilled with a 7/8 inch or 3/4 inch lightening hole to reduce the inertia weight of the crankshaft. The Pro Series™ by Lunati is engineered with high performance street and all-out race engines in mind. Pro Series™ Crankshafts have been successfully used in 1,500+ hp applications.


    $1000.00 plus ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by coonass View Post
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    1 or 2 piece rear main seal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayteetrotter View Post
    1 or 2 piece rear main seal?
    Clearly a 2-piece rear main seal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsquirt View Post
    Clearly a 2-piece rear main seal
    clear to some, not to all. Thanks genius!
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    Coonas:

    According to your avatar, you "have no idea" where the Lunati crank is presently located.

    Who would?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sangerguy View Post
    Coonas:

    According to your avatar, you "have no idea" where the Lunati crank is presently located.

    Who would?
    I would guess Oakland CA or somewhere down in a swamp.
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    sent a PM a couple days ago and no response??
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    Quote Originally Posted by sangerguy View Post
    Coonas:

    According to your avatar, you "have no idea" where the Lunati crank is presently located.

    Who would?
    I would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hullshot View Post
    sent a PM a couple days ago and no response??
    PM sent
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayteetrotter View Post
    clear to some, not to all. Thanks genius!
    Now jay, your putting the engine together, and you get to the point where you are going to install the rear seal. How do you plan on getting the seal over that big azz counter weight on the back of the crank?
    Might as well try installing the front seal after the damper is installed.




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