Super Jet stroker motor questions

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  1. scott07

    scott07 Swampy Bottom Boyz

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    Building a stroker motor for my rn. Wanting to use a 6 mil crank and re sleeve my jugs with blowsion 850 sleeves.
    My question is about the crank. I see where I can get one from dasa, is this my only option? If not what is the best crank to buy? Also will I need to port cases to run a 6 mil crank?
     
  2. Matt_E

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    DASA gets their cranks from Crank Works.
    There is another shop that XMetal uses for their cranks.
     
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    RMBC Freeride Vintage Site Supporter

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    Heres a few options:
    Crankworks for sure
    Competitive crankshafts might be able to build a 6mm for you.
    Powerhouse is in the process of building billet stroker cranks, but not sure if they are making a 6mm

    You will need to trench the cases to make clearance for the 6mm. Porting would be advisable for best performance as well.

    EDIT: Also, at +6mm, most cranks get long rods. But I have seen some with stock length rods.
     
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    yes the old cranks 6 mm have stock length rods I have 4 cranks like that
     

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