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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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  2. revhead347

    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    A lot of people swear by the Scat 9000 series. The cast crank is good to 500hp. Any more than that and you have to go to the forged.

    Kurt
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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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    Yes that's what I've heard a lot of, since upgrading block levels are not in the budget, a cast scat should be good for stock block levels.
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    yup no need to go forged until you go aftermarket block.
  5. revhead347

    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    Unless you are like me and putting 500rwhp and 635 rwtq through a stock block. I had do drop another $700 when I tore up my last forged crank. Just don't get too power greedy like I am and you should be fine with the cast crank.

    Kurt
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    635 , dang nice number
  7. RangerJoe

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    I run the Scat 9000 crank in my 331. Its been a few years now, but I got mine through Coast High with free balancing. I also upgraded the pistons, rings and bearings from the basic kit. However, you are really close to Summit, so picking it up might save you some coin.

    Joe
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    mikestang63 Mustang Master

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    I would check the crank for balance and tolerances. Hate to say it, but most of the "matching" on these mass produced kits consists of throwing a bunch of parts in a box. Cranks that are not balanced right or have chatter. Bearings that are sized wrong or are marred. Sometimes it takes 3-4 sets of bearing to get the right ones.
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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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    Yeah Summit being close to me and being able go walk in the store is a great plus I believe. They honored my msd distributor fail 9 months into the warranty and refunded my money on the spot, so I was pretty impressed with that customer service. That is certainly keeping me as a returning customer. So I'm really considering the unbalanced kit and have my machine shop do it up, to make sure it's right.
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    A5literMan Mustang Master

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    I also recommend checking out a kit from Ford Strokers. Woody can get you a kit that's already balanced and the whole works.
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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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    Cool thnx, I just looked over their site and I'm pretty impressed with what I seen. Everything in~house and some pretty cool stroker kit options. Like @mikestang63 said, the general kits scare me but either having an in~house option or having my machine shop do it is more appealing for sure. They also seem to have many different kit packages that are appealing :nice:
    I added the link to their site because I feel that's a Great option!!

    http://www.fordstrokers.com/
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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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    FWI, ...I just finished reading the entire fordstrokers.com website and I'm like :eek: ....this is the Quality of Workmanship that I want!!!
    Super Impressed with this, may just do a 347 short block put together by them and have it done Right the first time :nice:
    You got a discount code :rlaugh:
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    mikestang63 Mustang Master

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    You will not be dissapointed by the quality of work Woody delivers. The only downside is he is very much backlogged and a perfectionist, so expect to wait a few months- that and he does not begin any work until you pay him upfront. If you can't wait that long, I'd recommend Mark O'Neal @ CHP.
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    Grabbin' Asphalt Mustang Master

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    Cool thnx, yeah it would be in the future a little ways so i would not mind waiting.

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