Premium Ford 302 Rotating Assembly
Build Your KitYou're almost there! This kit has an option or two for you to select. Let us know which options you want for your new kit.
Get premium components at a superior value with this forged rotating assembly, only from Speedway Motors! These rotating assemblies include a forged crank, H-beam rods, hypereutectic pistons, rod bearings, and main bearings.
NOTE: Piston rings are not included and must be purchased separately. Use ring Style A.
- Speedway 4340 Forged Steel Crank
- 3.00" stroke
- Precision ground, micro polished journals
- Heat treated and stress relieved
- Magnafluxed, X-rayed and sonic tested
- 360 degree indexed stroke
- Cross-drilled, chamfered oil supply holes
- Nitrided journal surfaces
- Ford Racing 4340 Forged Connecting Rods
- 5.09" length
- Beefy construction
- 5/16" bolts
- .912 pin
- Matched set of 8 rods
- Keith Black Hypereutectic Pistons
- T6 heat treated
- Available in .030" or .040" oversizes
- Ring Style A
- Clevite 77 Rod and Main Bearings
Item Details.200" dome, .912" pin
NotesNote: Due to the many variations in balancers and flywheels, Speedway Motors does not offer balancing services on any Ford crankshafts or rotating assemblies.
- This product is discontinued.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway Ford 302 Crankshaft, Forged, 3 Inch StrokePart # 91511302Qty x 1
Speedway Small Block Ford 302 Super Stock Connecting Rods, 5.09 InchPart # 91015343Qty x 1
Clevite Ford 302 Rod Bearings/Bearing Set, StandardPart # 757CB634P-STDQty x 1
Clevite Ford 302 Main Bearings/Bearing Set StandardPart # 757MS590P-STDQty x 1
KB Ford 302 Hypereutectic Pistons, .200 Dome, 5.09 RodPart # 474116Qty x 1
Q & A
Learn about the importance of getting the chain tension set correctly, and why it is critical that we get it as near perfect as we can. Walkthrough a basic procedure that effectively and consistently gets the chain tension set properly every time.
In this Tech Tip, John discusses LT1 rotating assembly options for a customer looking to build a solid autoX, drag, and occasional strip powerplant for his Firebird.
Check out this helpful piston ring style chart.
Learn how to identfy motors for your LS Swap. In this guide we cover generation 4 small block engines and some of the cheaper options for more power.
Trying to decide which power plant to use in your latest project? Here's a quick guide of modern V8 engines for hot rodders to consider.
Professional insight on some useful crate engine tools that will improve your engine building experience.
Follow this step by step guide on how to install adjustable LS motor mounts to set your engine location exactly where you want it.