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    Thank you from BT Senior Wrench of the forum Old Rugged Crosser's Avatar
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    MC--Poll

    MC polled: Would you be seriously interested in a stroker 4340 AMC crankshaft?"

    MC, What was the outcome of that poll taken I believe in 06?

    Did that ever materialize?
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    We are going to do it but it may be out a little.

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    What's the throw going to be?
    How far out are we talking?
    Lastly, How much do I need to start putting away per month in-order to get ones of these bad boys?

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    Cool

    Do you still have plans for the 4340 cranks? I'd love to have a 4340 crank with a 3.68" stroke, basically with stock size main journals (2.747") with the smaller V-8 (290-360) journal size (2.09")...

    I'm thinking 4.110 x 4.110 x .7853982 x 3.68 x 8 = 390.58 CID.... Man... Forged 11:1 pistons (Domed), Forged H-Beam Rods, 4340 crank with a 3.68" stroke, Aluminum 58-60cc Heads that flow 210 intake, 160 exhaust @ .600" lift, Hyd. roller cam, roller rockers, Dual Plain tall rise intake, BG 750 mighty demon, 1 3/4" headers, followed by a true dual "X" pipe exhaust, and of course the bulltear oiling goodies... MAN, that would be one hell of a BEAST!!!
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    Its in the big picture but maybe out a while

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    Gotcha... is that something that you are looking into ie: 3.68" stroke... 2.747" MJ's and 2.09" RJ's?

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    It sure could be done

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepsr4ever View Post
    It sure could be done
    Hope you're not pulling my leg because if this is a good possibility (on the better half of good) I will slowly start getting my ducks in-order and then wait for the crank as desribed above. Man, if you could make that happen that would be SICK!!!
    I wonder how many "360's" would be stroked out to a 390? 360 bored .030 still gives a lot of room for play... Muhahahaha
    I can see/hear it now... "Whatcha Got under the Hood? That thing Sounds Sick!" Reply: "Stroked out 360 pushing 500+ hp with over 500+ ft-lbs of torque"... hahaha how sweet would that be!???!

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    Sounds like you don't know which pot to pee in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Rugged Crosser View Post
    Sounds like you don't know which pot to pee in.
    Hell, Pee in both... if you want one to have more than the other then dump some in the other. ;)
    I'd love to have an AMC 360 stroked and bored to a 390 or 396 with forged everything, aluminum heads etc... It would be the little brother of the 496 stroker... muhahahaha

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