Why isn't the Sg crank/shaft the standard
It started with a AE GT. I had more problems with clutch bell bearings burning out/ exploding on a bi-weekly basis, in addition to loosing E-clips ...... Not to mention "Ray Charles" could see the shaft runout in the stock assembly. I simply bored the clutch bell bearing surface aprox 0.002" to accept metric flanged bearings, added a few shims and spacers, reassembeling on to novarossi line Sg crank engine. Never had a problem there after. Over "One" year latter sold truck with existing bearings in excelent shape , out lasting clutch bell with wornout gear teeth. Yes, I crossed over To the Dark side, Purchasing a Adam drake. After seeing the guys with similar XXX-NT problems, I did the clutch bell/flywheel conversion allong with the new kit assembly. I now have (4) sg crank engines that I run on both XXX-NT and MTX-2. Now this isn't just about the (2) stadium trucks I owned, I have been reading the forums with sedan owners having a problem shuffaling hardeware around.....Nothing is even close to uniform. Now for a guy like me that shares with "one" person, 100 feet worth tooling and machining capabilities ( We prioritise our toys ) These are small & minute problems. How do you guys feel about more than ONE crank type?????
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