Originally Posted by brenx
I've heard the same but too many people run them. So I don't take it as 100% correct info.
Eagle cranks etc seem to be the kits of choice at the moment.
do people install these kits without having them checked first??
My engine machinest says they need plenty of work first before you'd install them.
He's not saying they're faulty or won't work, but more so that the manufactured tollerances are inconsistant and require re machining in most cases before balancing/instalation which needs to be factored into the cost.