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    No key?? Dude you cray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLaBZ28 View Post
    No key?? Dude you cray.
    Keyed and pinned....it's a cola forged crank on a 383, just regular sbc sized. Will be together in a month


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    Quote Originally Posted by KLaBZ28 View Post
    thanks! I'm probably going to use the stock balancer. As for the hub, I'm doing a 24x conversion first and the billet cover that came with my kit is a non mech water pump provision, bigger diameter balancer hub seal for the BBC OD hub. my question is this, i was thinking to sell the fancy billet timing cover since i am sticking with a single row timing chain, stock mechanical water pump, and an aftermarket engine pro stock OD keyed balancer hub. that way i can save some serious cash by sticking with cheaper hub, cheaper 96 timing cover, no EWP.. but ive done some research and heard people cracking keyed stock OD hubs, so maybe I should keep my fancy ass timing cover and do the lonnies performance bbs od hub and key? overkill for running this thing on the lowest possible boost? orrrr good idea for future insurance incase i build the bottom end down the road..
    Just thinking out loud here but wouldn't a nice set of forged pistons cost about the same as a 24x conversion?
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    probably, I paid short money for my kit though, and its a lot easier to install than dropping and rebuilding the engine.

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    back from the dead - im going the 2 bar map and crossing my fingers. wish me luck

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    i wanna see

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLaBZ28 View Post
    back from the dead - im going the 2 bar map and crossing my fingers. wish me luck
    idn why, we went back to 1 bar map. 2 bar was a headache

    wait, did you go 24x? in that case, do it

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