Nope, there really isn’t a reinforced Peugeot crank. The doppler endurance is the best we get, they’re fine. The problem isn’t the crank, it’s the way the var attaches to the crank. It is only held on by a nut, no taper, no key, just the nut torqued. So basically it’s just your hopes and dreams are holding it on there. I have one that is “keyed” to the crank, and uses set screws for the blue piece on my flipped er3. It works great and never had given me issue. But after seeing Matt sheer his crank, collapse his clutch pulley, shoot his variator 250 feet and get left 20 miles outside of the city I decided high stall with lots of h.p. can be fun, but also very very not fun.