BBB Billet Cranks

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

  1. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Pics, weight and all other info should be posted by end of next week.
     
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  2. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    In the works, changed water a little. You won’t see them until after BG.
     
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  3. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Awesome. Glad I paid for it last fall as Im a broke slob till the summer heat hits down here
     
  4. 71GS455N25

    71GS455N25 Silver Level contributor

    Kenny, Any update on the cast iron 455 block you are working on?
     
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  5. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Still waiting for a couple drawings. Will post it on the board when the foundry is progressing
     
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  6. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Billet stroker cranks!
    If you have not been notified already, order your billet cranks for the next run. Email to “buickparts@verizon.net” I will place the order in 2 weeks. kbr
     
  7. TORQUED455

    TORQUED455 Well-Known Member

     
  8. bostongsx

    bostongsx Platinum Level Contributor

    Have you checked fitment in a factory block yet with the crank? Any photos?
     
  9. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    I will be supplying Ken with the fitment info this afternoon via email. Alum block fitting is complete, no issue, iron block will be this afternoon.

    JW
     
  10. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Waiting for pics to post, soon!
     
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  11. bostongsx

    bostongsx Platinum Level Contributor

    Thanks guys!
     
  12. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut Staff Member

  13. ken betts

    ken betts Well-Known Member

    Pics of Stroker Crank Fitment. DSC03023.JPG DSC03026.JPG DSC03040.JPG
     
  14. 67Skybird

    67Skybird Josh - Minnesota

    Are those pictures of fitment in a stock iron block? If so were there any areas of concern?
     
  15. StfSocal

    StfSocal Well-Known Member

    Looks like the top block is the TA block and the bottom is a stock iron.
     
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  16. JESUPERCAT

    JESUPERCAT No Slow Boat

    Looking good :)
     
  17. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut Staff Member

    Awesome! What’s the weight vs stock?
     
  18. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    Typical for this type of crank... about 90 lbs.. or 20ish pounds heavier than stock.

    JW
     

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