i am really interested but what else has to be done to run the stroker crank if using with stock cylinder and head and what rod does it use?
It uses a 250R long rod (OEM or Hot Rods) 88-89 style.i am really interested but what else has to be done to run the stroker crank if using with stock cylinder and head and what rod does it use?
Not real sure about stock cylinders, but with my pro-x's it is just a standard wiseco pro-lite. Anything that I can't help you with ESR can answer, they are good about that.i am running a long rod with a 86 piston now so i have a 5mm spacer but what style piston does it use.
Depending on your port timing, I do not believe you will be able to run this crank with your ported cylinder. You can ask ESR, I am still not quite sure if you can use your 86 style piston or not. It all depends on how aggressive the porting is.what i was looking to do if i decide to get it, rebuild the crank then swap it with my crank now and run it like this until i can save some money for a big bore cylinder or big bore sleeve. if it is a 86 style piston i can run my ported cylinder. if it is a 87-89 style piston i will have to run my stock cylinder. i am not to sure when i will get the big bore because i am in college and going to be taking 20 credits and in class from 8-8 m-f
Still available, will do shipped to your front door guys!
Still have it, shipped to your door. All you will need is a cylinder spacer to make it work, since you already have a LR cylinder.
still have it!!teddy ill take it if you got it still!