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Old December 30th   #1
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FS Balanced 393W stroker kit

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FMS 393 steel stroker crank, balanced, .010"R, Std. mains.
KB .030" O.S. hypereutectic pistons (P.N.#364, 9.2/1C.R with 62cc heads)
Polished 351W truck rods, ARP wave-loc rod bolts, balanced to above crankshaft.

All is in excellent condition, drop in your .030" Windsor block, bolt on your 28.5 imbalance flywheel/flexplate and harmonic balancer and enjoy a reliable, strong 393W.

This rotating assembly ran a 12:71 (1/4 mile) with a mild hyd. roller in a 3300# car.
A simple gear change resulted in 16.8 MPG on a trip to FL.

$650. OBO
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Will this crank set up work in a Cleveland block?
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Will this crank set up work in a Cleveland block?
Not without a lot of work, grind the mains smaller, replace the rods with Cleveland parts, new pistons.
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Too much work for what I want. I have a Windsor block too. Have to ponder on it a little while. Thanks

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