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Old 10-09-2009, 10:30 PM   #1
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Help me out guys. Looking for a 321t(?) crank. I'm a offroad racer and i've only run OS engines. My buddy found a new 421 turbo motor and my engine modder says putting a 321t onroad crank in it really lights it up. Where do i find such an animal? I figure somebody gotta be sitting on vintage nova parts.
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Just modify your current crank by yourself.
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Just modify your current crank by yourself.
The 321t has a tungsten weights in the crank, the 421 doesn't. From what i'm told the timing in the 321 crank isn't too much for the offroad 421 engine. Unfortunately both engines are discontinued. A modified 421 is supposed to be a great engine. It's for a friend and i'm not a nova guy, but it's my engine modders favorite nova offroad engine.
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