High-strength premium quality 4140 forged steel crankshaft machined from proprietary forgings. For use in high-performance and race applications. Crank nose is machined for full-length damper key and features 2.100" rod throws and "new Hemi" eight-bolt flange - 3.795" Stroke. For 6.1L Hemi block-based stroker applications. 1 P5153578 Crankshaft, 4140 Forged Steel, 3.795" Stroke, 2.100" Rod Journals, 392 Hemi Crate Engine PISTONS AND CONNECTING RODSForged Aluminum Piston and Ring Sets - 6.1L/392 (Not Shown) Features intake valve notch and 10.5:1 compression ratio. 1 P5153635 Piston, Forged Aluminum, Designed for production 4.055" bore and 3.795" stroke. Uses full floating 0.927" pin. 10.5:1 compression ratio. Uses stock piston rings. 6.1L/392 Hemi Engine Set. 6.200" Rod Length
I am eyeing a stroker kit (this MMX one or this Arrington one) to convert my stock 6.4L (I've got a 2017 SRT 392) into a 426 and have a few questions. It looks like the kit comes with the crankshaft, rods, and pistons. Would I need to replace my stock camshaft at all for this to work? I'd like...
Hey everyone. I found this kit on Modern Muscle Xtreme for the following:
454 HEMI Stroker Engine- 6.4L Based by Modern Muscle Performance
The MMX Standard Features!• Performance Tri-Metal Anti-Friction Coated Rod Bearings
• Performance Tri-Metal Main Bearings
• 4.250 Stroke Molnar Crankshaft...
Realistic HP numbers from a 392 (6.4) to 426 or 440 stroker upgrade & other questions
I have been tossing around the idea of upgrading my 2015 392 to a 426 or 440.
With research I have found that staying with the 392 or going up to the 426 is better if i plan on going up to a supercharger...