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Old 05-10-2004, 12:40   #1 (permalink)
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Guys,

I am building a 393C Stroker using a Scat Forged Crank and the snout is 1.375 NTO 1.380. It's the SVO or Windsor Snout DIA. I can't find anyone who sells a 351C timing set that has the Windsor internal DIA.

Anyone ran into this issue????

Help, trying to get the screamer together.

Thanks,

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Old 05-10-2004, 23:41   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 393C Stroker with Scat Crank Timing Set Problem

I think rollmaster sells a set to suit.
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Old 05-11-2004, 06:47   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 393C Stroker with Scat Crank Timing Set Problem

I have been looking into this problem as I am also wanting to build a 393 stroker .
Only timing set I have come across so far is crane cam part number 44984-1 .Not sure if this will do the job but is listed to fit ford V8, multi key way ,302, 302ho,351w and 351svo. If you find this will work or any other ways around this problem please let me know.
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Re: 393C Stroker with Scat Crank Timing Set Problem

Just wandering what part number your crank was and where did you buy it .
The crank I am going to use is scat 4351c-3850-6125 and they say its for the clevland.
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Re: 393C Stroker with Scat Crank Timing Set Problem

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Just wandering what part number your crank was and where did you buy it .
The crank I am going to use is scat 4351c-3850-6125 and they say its for the clevland.
My crank is a 4-351C-3850-6000. I bought it from Chap Auto in Detroit, Michigan (near my house). www.flatlanderracing.com had the best prices I could find for the forged crank ($599). By the way, they also have good prices on the Scat Chevy Journal H-Beam rods for the crank. The shop by my house matched the price for me since I was ordering more stuff from them.

JE/SRP makes an off the shelf piston (#206069) for this rod/stroke combination saving a special made piston (8 weeks or so). With a 6.125 rod length you will have to order a custom set.

Talk to SCAT and see if they will make the crank snout for you to be an actual "C" not a windsor type (it will save you some trouble).

I think I have found a solution to the problem, Rollmaster makes a 351C SVO set. It has the correct internal Dia (1.375") and has a built in spacer to align the lower sprocket to the top one correctly. As soon as I verify that this WILL work I will post it on this site with the correct part number.

So, if you can't get a crank at a reasonbale price or time frame this may be the solution.

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Only timing set I have come across so far is crane cam part number 44984-1 .Not sure if this will do the job but is listed to fit ford V8, multi key way ,302, 302ho,351w and 351svo. If you find this will work or any other ways around this problem please let me know.
The problem I see with this set is it is made for a 351W, which means it has a different amount of teeth on the gears. I have looked into just buying one set of each and swapping the lower gear so I have the correct lower gear internal dia. Will not work , there is 3 teeth difference (21 to 18).

One alternative, use a std 351C set, buy the Motorsport M-19009-A341 spacer set (currently on backorder) and either knurl the end of the crank (ouch) or press on lower gear with .025" feeler guages around crank snout (SCAT reccomended this). Claims Race teams do this and spin em up to 8000 rpm's.

We need a 351C set, but a smaller internal dia (see my other post on the Rollmaster SVO).

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Re: 393C Stroker with Scat Crank Timing Set Problem

i thought svo sold them
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i thought svo sold them
rollmaster do one .
I got mine from rocket ind just asked for a set to suit scat crank on the clev
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rollmaster do one .
I got mine from rocket ind just asked for a set to suit scat crank on the clev
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