Manley 190310 Forged Lightweight Small Block Chevy Crankshaft
Chevy Small Block V8, 5.70" Rod Length, 50.00 lbs. Weight, 3.48" Stroke
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This forged crankshaft from Manley Performance is great for IMCA RaceSaver and other classes that require a 48-50 pound crankshaft. The 4320 non-twist forging design allows for internal balance. For Small Block Chevy applications.
- 2 piece rear main seal
- OEM "appearing"
- Not drilled on second/third rod throws
- No knife edge or undercut
- 48 - 50 lbs total weight
- 3.480" stroke
- 5.700" min rod length
- 2.450" main journal diameter
- 2.100" rod journal
- 1800 gram bob weight
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