Scat 935060L 383 Chevy Cast Steel Crankshaft, 1-Piece Main, 6.0 Rod
350 Chevy Small Block V8, 383 Chevy Small Block V8, 3.750" Stroke, 350 mains Main Journal Style
- It is precision ground and micro polished
- Has straight shot oil holes and lightening holes in all rod throws
- The aero-wing counterweights increase horsepower by reducing windage
- Crankshaft is internally/neutral balanced on the front and externally balanced on the back of the crankshaft
- This cast steel crank shaft is specially designed for the 383 Chevy small block V8's with 1-piece rear main seal blocks
Scats 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 1-piece rear main seal blocks
- Aero-wing counterweights increase horsepower by reducing windage
- Straight shot oil holes
- Lightening holes in all rod throws
- Precision ground and micro polished
- Crankshaft is internally/neutral balanced on the front and externally balanced on the back of the crankshaft. 350 Harmonic balancer suggested.
3.75" stoke - 6.0" rods
- Stroke: 3.75"
- Rod Length: 6.0"
- Rod Pin: 2.100"
- Main: 350
- Weight: 51 lbs.
- Int. front, ext. rear balance
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