Bryant Racing Chevy Billet Crankshaft 3.280 Stroke 2" Rod Crower Windberg Crower on 2040-parts.com
Clinton, Tennessee, United States
We have a nice used Bryant racing crank,it comes from the ECR Nascar engine shop.It has been magged and checked.This one is a 3.280 stroke,283 2.300 main,2.00 Small Journal rod,BBC snout and weighs 44 lbs.These are almost $5000 new.We have several to choose from,strokes of 3.270-3.290,some have the 350 main(2.450).These cranks with 2 piece rear seals and std rod journals are getting hard to find.New they are almost $5000.
Call Jerry 856-250-7985 or Archie 865-250-7164 7am-7pm.These are made for performance engines in Dirt track,circle track,Drag Racing,Craftsman Truck,Arca,Busch,boats,etc.Check our other auctions for new and used Nascar,Sb-2 SB2,Chevrolet parts,etc.All of our parts are guaranteed to be as described or better!
NASCAR/ARCA/ASA/Hooters for Sale
Sat, 12 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800
The LWB Audi A8L starts at £60k
It is fair to say that everything you could want to know about the 2010 /2011 Audi A8 is already here for you to read. We covered the original reveal of the Audi A8 back in 2009 (yep, it’s been around that long) and we even updated that article with UK A8 prices when we got them. A few months later we got the details of the long wheelbase Audi A8.
Tue, 04 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The College for Creative Studies in Detroit held its 24th Michelin Design challenge, in which Michelin sponsors a design and development project for one of CCS' transportation design classes. The competition works like this: CCS and Michelin get together to develop a theme, then CCS picks which transportation design class will work on the project. The idea, Michelin says, is to celebrate and promote the kind of vehicle design that highlights original thinking and innovation.
Mon, 20 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
This is Aston Martin’s new V8 Vantage, with a new gearbox, styling tweaks and chassis upgrades. You might think it looks little different than before – and that’s no bad thing – but Aston Martin claims the updates amount to ‘most comprehensive programme of enhancements’ since the 4.7-litre version of the V8 Vantage was launched in 2008. The new Aston Martin V8 Vantage will be unveiled at the Geneva motor show in March 2012, just in time to distract potential customers away from the new Porsche 911.
So what’s new about the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage?