Which Stroker Crank for SBC 427 Build?

Old 08-02-2009, 04:28 PM
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I guess you race at TRP, I haven't been up there to race in the past two years. Last time was with my 97 Camaro at the CDRA finals in 2007 (I think). But I'm a hard-core racer and been racing all the bracket points events at TVRP for several years. I think I've seen your car before at TVRP (or one that looks like), if it is the one in your avatar.

I have a new tube-chassis Cavalier with electronics package, but I been racing it in No-E. I really like the No-E class and the new 427 stroker will go into the Cavalier. I would like to meet you, so possibly we'll run into each other at a race here in Oklahoma.

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You have probably seen my car at the CDRA races. I was at the 2007 bracket finals also. I would love to meet you sometime. I haven't been able to race yet this year, but hope to get out by the end of this month. Is that your car in your avatar? Oh and yes I do race at TRP. I try to run both no-e and s/p depending on the event I am running. See you at the races.

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Old 08-02-2009, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by doorracer
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Curtis,

I guess you race at TRP, I haven't been up there to race in the past two years. Last time was with my 97 Camaro at the CDRA finals in 2007 (I think). But I'm a hard-core racer and been racing all the bracket points events at TVRP for several years. I think I've seen your car before at TVRP (or one that looks like), if it is the one in your avatar.

I have a new tube-chassis Cavalier with electronics package, but I been racing it in No-E. I really like the No-E class and the new 427 stroker will go into the Cavalier. I would like to meet you, so possibly we'll run into each other at a race here in Oklahoma.

Warren Dempsey
You have probably seen my car at the CDRA races. I was at the 2007 bracket finals also. I would love to meet you sometime. I haven't been able to race yet this year, but hope to get out by the end of this month. Is that your car in your avatar? Oh and yes I do race at TRP. I try to run both no-e and s/p depending on the event I am running. See you at the races.

Curtis
Here is a photo of my new tube-chassis Cavalier. I've having a lot of fun racin it this year.

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Old 08-03-2009, 04:44 AM
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That is a beautiful car, I bet you are having a ball. Pretty quick too. I will be looking for you at the Finals this year.

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Old 08-12-2009, 07:07 AM
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I went with the 4.00" Dragonslayer crank and 6" Compstar rods. And, I think I made the right decission!

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Old 08-12-2009, 10:11 AM
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Those guys do some really nice work. Shoulda got this one with the new polished finish.



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Old 08-12-2009, 10:32 AM
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x2 on the Dragonslayer. Stay away from the Chinese forgings.

I'd recommend Cola, but they're long since out of business unfortunately. I bought a brand new crank from them back in 97, and it's still std/std after all this time.

Good looking Cavalier.
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Old 08-12-2009, 11:50 AM
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Originally Posted by doorracer
Those guys do some really nice work. Shoulda got this one with the new polished finish.

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Boy, with the right pistons, that is a flyweight bob weight!!

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Old 05-12-2022, 04:22 AM
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they are really nice i have used them alot in blower motors and im very happy with there stuff and you get them alittle cheaper then callies..







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