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Scat 910375 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, Ext. Balance
Scat 910375 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, Ext. Balance

Scat 910375 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, Ext. Balance

350 Chevy Small Block V8, 383 Chevy Small Block V8, 5.7" Rod Length, 51 lbs. Weight

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Scat 910375 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, Ext. Balance
Scat 910375 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, Ext. Balance
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Rod Length:
5.7"
Weight:
51 lbs.
Stroke:
3.750"
Crankshaft Material:
Cast Steel
Rear Main Seal Style:
2-piece
Main Journal Style:
350 mains
Main Journal Diameter:
2.448"
Rod Journal Diameter:
2.10"
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Scat's hi-tech, fatigue resistant 9000 material cast steel cranks have near forged steel endurance at a value price! A perfect way to increase cubic inches on mild to moderate street or race engines.

  • For 2-piece rear main blocks
  • Aero-wing counterweights increase horsepower by reducing windage
  • Straight shot oil holes
  • Lightening holes in all rod throws
  • Precision ground and micro polished
  • Externally balanced

Specs

  • Stroke:  3.75"
  • Rod Length:  5.7"
  • Rod Pin:  2.100
  • Weight:  51 lbs.
  • Main:  350
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