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    Mopar 340 Crankshafts

    Given the choice between the stock forged crank or an eagle/scat cast crank, which would ultimately be more durable in a 500 hp 7000rpm 340? It will use eagle or scat 605gram I beam rods and around 600gram pistons. The engine will be used for drag racing in a 74 duster

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    Scat 9000 Crankshaft will work just fine

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    Forged, I have a 340 with a stock forged crank and it has held up for 4 years now, checkout my racespace albums. No worries with this crank :!: :!:
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