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Old 10-28-2006, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Production AMC 304-360-401 stroker crank anyone?

Testing the waters here to see who would be seriously interested in a stroker crank to make your AMC 304 a 340, your 360 a 401 or your 401 a 415. This would use off the shelf forged chevy rods and pistons (which are super cheap). Initial figures estimate a $800-900 price range.
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Old 10-28-2006, 04:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'd get in line for that upgrade
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Sure, if you actually come up with a product. Unlike the last time I attempted to deal w/ your company.
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Sure, if you actually come up with a product. Unlike the last time I attempted to deal w/ your company.
You wanted exhaust flanges the last time we had talked. Well we have them in stock but I believe their was an issue with one hole on them. I will have to check it out when I get a chance. What ever happened? Did you find a source? At the time we talked about exhaust flanges I said we were going to burn them out but schedules tighten up in our shop and with all the new products and expansion in jobber work they were pushed back.
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Ended up going a different route since I couldn't figure an easy way to get stubs on the flanges once cut. I never heard back from several emails and PM's. Anyway, back to the original subject...
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