Speedway Small Block Ford 396 Stroker Kits, H-Beam Rods
351W Ford Small Block V8, 396 Ford Small Block V8, 3.850" Engine Stroke, Dish Piston Style
- Specifically designed for the Small Block Ford 396 Stroker engine
- Pistons are made from hypereutectic aluminum and weigh only 541 grams
- The stroker crank is made from 80-60-06 cast steel for added durability
- Wrist pins have a .9120" diameter and weigh just 143 grams
- Assemblies will work for either street or race use
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These rotating assemblies are designed for either street or race use and include Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, H-beam rods, and a Scat cast steel crankshaft.
- Scat Cast Steel 3.85" stroker crank
- 80-60-06 cast steel construction
- Fits early and late blocks
- 4340 H-beam connecting rods
- 5.955" length
- .912" pin
- Bronze bushings
- Keith Black Hypereutectic Dish Pistons
- T6 heat treated construction
- Available in .030" or .040" oversizes
- Clevite main and rod bearings
NOTE: Piston rings (Style A rings) are not included and must be purchased separately.
Due to the many variations in balancers and flywheels, Speedway Motors does not offer balancing services on any Ford crankshafts or rotating assemblies.
Comp. 64cc: 9.5
Comp. 69cc: 9.1
Ring Style: A
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What's In The Kit
Speedway Ford 351W Stroker Cast Steel CrankshaftPart # 91510351WFQty x 1
Ford 351W H-Beam RodPart # 91015349Qty x 1
KB Ford 396 Hypereutectic Pistons, Dish, 5.956 RodPart # 474364Qty x 1
Clevite Ford 351W Rod Bearings/Bearing Set StandardPart # 757CB831P-STDQty x 1
Clevite 1977-98 Ford 351W Main Bearings, StandardPart # 757MS1432P-STDQty x 1
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