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Old 08-05-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default 402 stroker crank with stock ls2 rods and pistons?

I just picked up a eagle 402 crank and was wandering if anyone has used one with stock rods and pistons? Any info or advice would be greatly appreciated
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Won't work.
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All I needed to know. Thank you.
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I haven't heard too many good things about Eagle LS cranks. FWIW
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does anybody make a crank to do this


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If you want a forged crank for the stock rods and pistons (which really doesn't make any sense to me), you could get the stock stroke crank made by Callies, Eagle, K1, and likely several others. I'd have to ask "Why?" though!
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If you want a forged crank for the stock rods and pistons (which really doesn't make any sense to me), you could get the stock stroke crank made by Callies, Eagle, K1, and likely several others. I'd have to ask "Why?" though!
I was just asking to see if anybody made them. I didn't think people did. maybe people use them in n/a?


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or maybe for a cheap stroker motor


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The piston pin location is different for individual strokes. so you have to match up the piston for the right rod length and crank stroke. If you absolutely want to use the stock pistons and rods, then you need to use the stock stroke crank. Yes, they make forged 3.622" cranks. But, why would you get a forged crank when the weak link is the pistons. I'd rather get forged pistons and run the stock crank.
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The piston pin location is different for individual strokes. so you have to match up the piston for the right rod length and crank stroke. If you absolutely want to use the stock pistons and rods, then you need to use the stock stroke crank. Yes, they make forged 3.622" cranks. But, why would you get a forged crank when the weak link is the pistons. I'd rather get forged pistons and run the stock crank.
thats what I thought. I'm using stock crank and rods. with forged pistons with valve reliefs.


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