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    Darts new SHP block

    Dart has a new SHP block coming out set up for a one piece rear seal crank. In a 4.000 and 4.125 bore block SBC 350 mains.
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    Dang it! I just sold my 3.875" stroker crank for an 1-piece rear seal because I couldn't use it in anything but an LT block. I sold it too cheap also!

    Warren

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    dart shp block

    I have one of these blocks on back order. I am a worried about the 350 journals in a stroker application. I will be doing a 434, if I ever get my block.

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    Re: dart shp block

    Quote Originally Posted by rdy2fly
    I have one of these blocks on back order. I am a worried about the 350 journals in a stroker application. I will be doing a 434, if I ever get my block.
    Many stroker engine builders prefer the 350 main journals.

    Warren

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    I wouldn't run anything bigger than a 350 jurnal on any small blk. In fact i run bear spacers on the 400 blocks and have for over 25 yrs. REASON, bearing heat, in fact NASCAR runs even smaller mains, i think Hink said they were running 2" mains VS 2.450 mains that a 350 has.

    Hey Warren, didn't you know you could have bought a 2 piece adaptor for the crank you sold for less than $25.00.?

    JMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    I wouldn't run anything bigger than a 350 jurnal on any small blk. In fact i run bear spacers on the 400 blocks and have for over 25 yrs. REASON, bearing heat, in fact NASCAR runs even smaller mains, i think Hink said they were running 2" mains VS 2.450 mains that a 350 has.

    Hey Warren, didn't you know you could have bought a 2 piece adaptor for the crank you sold for less than $25.00.?

    JMO

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    I don't think you can put a one piece seal crank in two piece seal block as I don't think they make an adaptor for that one.
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    OOP!!! My Bad ops: ops: ops:

    Not enough sleep lately, Sorry Carl.

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    If you go back and read Hink's post again, he is talking about an adapter for a one piece crank in a two piece block... I am not familair with an adapter for that setup either.

    I do however have the above mentioned adapter for my two piece early crank in a one piece late model block, and it works very well
    I really expected leaks and problems installing it, but it went in easy and so far has worked really good without a flaw...
    I'm not hatin... I'm just sayin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Actually Carl there are several companies making them.

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    Here's the china version, but you'll have to make an alienment bar to drill and tap the holes, or buy one from Speedway motors.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/REAR-...item35a52a9336

    An American version.

    http://www.race-mart.com/items/produ...800-detail.htm

    Both Canton and Moroso makes them also and they are for sale at Jegs,Summit and Speedway motors, and the aleinment tool cost $22.00 on top of the adapter.
    Dang it! I just sold my 3.875" stroker crank for an 1-piece rear seal because I couldn't use it in anything but an LT block. I sold it too cheap also!
    Hey Warren, didn't you know you could have bought a 2 piece adaptor for the crank you sold for less than $25.00.?
    I would say the adaptor your talking about is for a one peice seal block as I know about those ones and if Warren had a one piece seal block he would be all set, I have used quite a few of those adaptors on one peice seal blocks before.

    Man you had me confused for a minute LOL
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    ops: ops: ops: ,

    Sorry Carl/guys i was asleep at the wheel on that. I can't delete the post but i removed it.

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