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    Default 454 LS6 Balanced Rotating Assy

    454 LS6 Balanced Rotating Assy:

    Everything you see in Pic included:

    Velasco Crank (Forged 4340) Currently -.020 on throws and -.10 on Mains so a good -.030/-.030 candidate.

    Dimple Rods with 7/16" bolts

    Forged Aluminum GM Pistons (3963550 - 10.2-1 comp with Open Chamber heads)

    SFI Spec Flexplate

    Fluidampr Balancer

    $200.00





    I would rather sell as a complete and balanced assy, but if no one is interested, I will consider seperating.
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    What is the bore of the pistons, and does the crank need to turned now or can it be polished?

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    Sorry for the delay...work's been busy today.

    Pistons are for standard bore 4.250 and yes, the crank needs to be turned. I had Henry Velasco take a look at it himself and that is his recommendation.
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    friday bump
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    Don't make me put all of it on ebay!
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    How bad is the crank rite now? Is it in need of work before use? Is it internal balance or external?Thanks
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    The crank has been checked by Henry Velasco and does need to be re-ground prior to use.

    It is an externally balanced assy, which is why I'm including the balancer and flexplate in the complete package.

    The Fluidampr balancer alone sells for close to $400.00.

    Thanks for the Questions!

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    bump!
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    Yearly bump...lol!
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    PM sent!
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    Sale Pending...
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    Buyer didn't do his homework before making offer.

    Back up for sale....
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    What stroke is the crank?
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    Crank is 4" stroke.
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