srv601 wrote:rskrause wrote:Thanks, I think I will forget the idea and move on.
do you mind my asking why you need such a long stroke? what kind of racing are you doing?
18gullwingdragboat wrote:That rod angle and ratio would be bad for sure! I broke an Ohio Crankshaft 4.75 steelie last July with a 6.7 rod in a tall deck application. Just ordered a Sonny Bryant billet to replace it and at 2900 before balancing with heavy metal (appx another 450) to my bob-weight --- it ain't cheap! If you do use a 4.75 stroke crank - put the best you can afford in there!