BBB Billet Cranks

Discussion in 'Our Products' started by ken betts, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    If schedules are kept we will have BBB Billet cranks in stock around the end of the year. Fully counterweights, 4.4 stroke, 3.25 mains, 2.2 rods. They should be well under $3000. We have already ordered pistons and rods for stock to accommodate stroker kits and for our iron block. They can be cut for 3” mains and balanced at an additional cost. All other engine parts should also be in stock before the end of the year. Start planning now for your winter builds.
     
  2. staged2ny

    staged2ny Silver Level contributor

  3. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    Fabulous news
     
  4. ss4825

    ss4825 Well-Known Member

    Great news.
     
  5. Julian

    Julian Well-Known Member

    Just curious Ken oh, how much is the machine going to cost to take the main journals down to 3"? And turning down the road journals?
     
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  6. BrunoD

    BrunoD Looking for Fast Eddie

    Good question,Julian.Bruno.
     
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  7. Daves 71 GS

    Daves 71 GS Well-Known Member

    Another question Ken,will there be any other strokes available maybe 4.250 or 4.300??????
     
  8. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    For mains around $300. What do you want rods turned down to, they come 2.2. I know some run sbc rod size. You can offset these cranks to destroke. We can have any combination made. Takes 10 of the same at a time.
     
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  9. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    So,I could offset ground to a 4.500” stroke,with a SBC journal,if desired?
     
  10. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Some engine builders use Honda journal sizes. You need a plan for the madness. A proven 4.4 stroke with a 4.5 bore gives 560”. Plenty of cubes for 99.9% of builds. Yes you can but I have no plans for that...yet!
     
  11. BrianTrick

    BrianTrick Brian Trick

    I have a few cranks with small journal SBC 2.00”,but I haven’t done any with the Honda journal yet.
    I was thinking of taking your crank down to the 2.00” rod journal,with more offset.
     

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