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Thread: COMPSTAR ROTATING ASSY???

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    COMPSTAR ROTATING ASSY???

    Anyone using these rotating assy? If so had any problems, likes, dislikes? getting ready to purchase rotating assy for 383 and would like some feedback. thanks

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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    compstar

    I have one in a 436" SBC and my motor guy swears by 'em. He builds alot of SBC roundy motors and says they are the best bang for the buck. Of course if you were gonna spray it heavy or try to make 900 hp w/ a small block, then the Dragonslayer or Magnum would be my choice. He says the finish and tolerances are alot closer on the Compstar series than on any other offshore product. Most are perfect right out of the box, I've seen some new Eagle stuff have to go .010/.010 just to get them right. In a 383 I'd say you can't go wrong. 8) JB

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    Compstar is the absolute best of the off shore parts,unlike the others sizes are dead on and finish on the journals looks like it was done with a crank grinder instead of a chain saw.Bill
    Hendrens Racing Engines
    1310 U.S. Hwy 221 North
    Rutherfordton N.C. 28139
    828-286-0780 Bill, Steve, Mike
    www.hendrensracingengines.com

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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    compstar

    finish on the journals looks like it was done with a crank grinder instead of a chain saw.Bill
    Ahh Bill never one to mince words! :shock: :lol: 8) JB

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    Junior Member SHOW GUEST
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    The compstar is a class above the other brands. 2nd what bill said.
    Mike Rogers
    215-674-5240
    www.rogersperformance.com
    e-mail [email protected]

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Got an Eagle crank in mine.Had to go 10-10.The rumor is true.Hey,just my po' boy version of reducing friction.Small journals :lol:
    "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that you cannot confirm their validity"- Abraham Lincoln

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    Junior Member JOURNEYMAN
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    THANKS

    Thanks for the input guys.

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