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This is a discussion on Calling All Big Dogs!! within the Forced Induction forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; doesnt the stock crank start to fail around 800?...

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    doesnt the stock crank start to fail around 800?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    doesnt the stock crank start to fail around 800?
    I sure wouldn't push one that far......

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    Quote Originally Posted by cailey37 View Post
    I sure wouldn't push one that far......
    me either. but i am the king of n00bs so my opinon really doesnt matter to much

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    I've seen i bet a dozen or so car's go 750-800+ rwhp with stock crank's. I don't think I will have a problem. We will find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUNTER02SS View Post
    I've seen i bet a dozen or so car's go 750-800+ rwhp with stock crank's. I don't think I will have a problem. We will find out.
    lol yea...i'm not saying like the instant you get to the 700-800+ mark the crank is just going to go to shit, but all stress on it, i wouldnt doubt maybe less then a year intill it says fuck it.(excuse my french )
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    Quote Originally Posted by HUNTER02SS View Post
    I've seen i bet a dozen or so car's go 750-800+ rwhp with stock crank's. I don't think I will have a problem. We will find out.
    Maybe so but I dont think you'll see them last long.......why not spend a little extra and get a good crank that will last.....a little longer at least.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by cailey37 View Post
    Maybe so but I dont think you'll see them last long.......why not spend a little extra and get a good crank that will last.....a little longer at least.......
    Harlan ran about 1000hp at the wheels for over a year and half on his stock crank...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Packy View Post
    Harlan ran about 1000hp at the wheels for over a year and half on his stock crank...

    Yeah, I don't think that I have ever heard of a stock crank failing due to it breaking,(not that there hasn't been one) maybe not oiling good enough, but I would think that would be a different issue.

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    Detonation will kill a crank....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forcedinductiontech View Post
    Detonation will kill a crank....
    I believe it will kill the pistons and rods first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Packy View Post
    I believe it will kill the pistons and rods first!
    Stock rods and pistons...yes.... but how many stock rod/piston motors do you see making 700 +? Ive seen detonation snap many cranks in the TR world...which leads to windowing the block with a rod...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forcedinductiontech View Post
    Stock rods and pistons...yes.... but how many stock rod/piston motors do you see making 700 +? Ive seen detonation snap many cranks in the TR world...which leads to windowing the block with a rod...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
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    I'll take that as a sarcastic remark

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    Yep, check out the vehicles in Atlanta. Several cars are making 750 + at the rear wheels (forced induction) with the stock crank. If the motor is a well balanced and well tuned machine, 750 -1000 rwhp is achievable with the stock crank. These cars in the Atlanta area have lasted for over 2 years so far, with normal street driving, dyno pulls, and several track days.

    Good luck on your build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forcedinductiontech View Post
    I'll take that as a sarcastic remark
    actually no ..it was serious

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    sounds nice! i am gong with a 6.0l iron block as well.

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    You wouldn't be talking about your car would you. Nevermind, you use that artificial atmosphere stuff. Just kidding. Huury up and move back would you, or just closer would be good.


    Quote Originally Posted by bluethunder2 View Post
    Yep, check out the vehicles in Atlanta. Several cars are making 750 + at the rear wheels (forced induction) with the stock crank. If the motor is a well balanced and well tuned machine, 750 -1000 rwhp is achievable with the stock crank. These cars in the Atlanta area have lasted for over 2 years so far, with normal street driving, dyno pulls, and several track days.

    Good luck on your build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUNTER02SS View Post
    You wouldn't be talking about your car would you. Nevermind, you use that artificial atmosphere stuff. Just kidding. Huury up and move back would you, or just closer would be good.
    Cali. sucks wouldn't mind being back in Georgia where high horsepower is a norm. Can't wait to see your #'s when that car of yours is done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluethunder2 View Post
    Cali. sucks wouldn't mind being back in Georgia where high horsepower is a norm. Can't wait to see your #'s when that car of yours is done.

    It should not be long.Will be dropping the car off in a week to get the motor's swapped.

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