Premium Small Block Ford 327 Stroker Kits
302 Ford Small Block V8, 327 Ford Small Block V8, 3.250" Engine Stroke, C Piston Ring Style
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Get premium components at a superior value with this forged rotating assembly, only from Speedway Motors! These stroker kits include a forged crank, H-beam rods, hypereutectic pistons, rod bearings, and main bearings.
- Speedway 4340 Forged Steel Crank
- 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
- 4340 H-beam Connecting Rods
- 5.4" length
- .927 pin
- Chevy bearings
- ARP bolts
- Keith Black Hypereutectic Pistons
- T6 heat treated
- Available in .030" or .040" oversizes
- Clevite 77 Rod and Main Bearings
- 2.1" GM rod bearings
- Standard 302 Ford main bearings
NOTE: Piston rings are not included and must be purchased separately. Use ring Style C.
Due to the many variations in balancers and flywheels, Speedway Motors does not offer balancing services on any Ford crankshafts or rotating assemblies.
Item DetailsDished, .927" pin
Comp. 64cc: 9.2
Comp. 69cc: 8.8
Ring Style: C
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What's In The Kit
Speedway Ford 302 Crankshaft, Forged Stroker, 3.25 Inch StrokePart # 91511327Qty x 1
Scat 2-302-5400-2100-927 Ford 302 4340 5.4 In H-Beam Rod Chevy BearingPart # 91015337Qty x 1
KB 302 Piston/3.25"STR/5.4RODPart # 474355Qty x 1
Clevite Ford 302 Main Bearings/Bearing Set StandardPart # 757MS590P-STDQty x 1
Rod Bearing, 302 Ford w/ Chevy RodPart # 7571227PQty x 8
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