Re: New Peugeot Airsal Cranks?

Toledo Riot /
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> > > I'm sure a hole could be drilled in that 60 dollar small end . ;)

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> > I was just thinking the same exact thing

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> > Honestly, even on some of my real fast builds, I use the stock crank,

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> > its help up at 57mph with no issues

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> > the last Artek crank I used the conrod was 4-6mm longer then stock, so

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> > on the stroke it was like 2ish mm longer? Created a bunch of

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> > buuuut the other Artek crank Im running was perfect, so a drop in

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> > would be nice...

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> > Or maybe its time to use that Malossi stroker crank I have laying

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> If the artek conrod was longer the stroke should still be the same

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> Isn't that what the malossi crank is, longer conrod but same stroke to

> help vibrations?

you could have a longer conrod if it was set in the lobe properly to correct the stroke? But if its in the same spot in the lobe with a longer rod it messes with port timing, and caused the piston head to protrude past the lip of the cylinder, on 4 separate cylinders, 2 of which I slapped on stock motors, just to check, the issue went away.

Also Im with Grahm, pro-Airsal alllll the way

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