4AGE Crank Girdle

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What price would you pay?

$500-$750NZ
10
71%
$750-$1100NZ
3
21%
$1100-$1500NZ
0
No votes
$1500-$2000NZ
1
7%
$2000+NZ
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 14

4AGE Crank Girdle

Postby Flannelman » Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:45 am

This poll is about what price would you acept for a 4AGE Custom Crank Girlde Kit containing...

*5 Custom made Watercut 12mm mild steel spacer plates (sit ontop of the main caps)
*1 Custom made Watercut 12mm mild steel ladder frame girdle
*Custom made stud and nut kit for windage tray, ladder frame girdle and sump (21 studs, 21 nuts)
*Modified ARP stud and nut kit (10 studs, 10 nuts, 10 washers, packet ARP lube)
*Modified oil pickup tube and gasket
*Modified 4AGE windage tray
*Modified 4AGE sump with enlarged oil volume and improved oil control plus sump drainplug and washer
*Modified block to gearbox support
*Sealant
*Locktite
*Installation intructions
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Postby Shrike » Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:56 pm

I'd want something that could fit 7a blocks as well and suits fwd setup
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Postby Flannelman » Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:47 pm

As long as the 7A block is dimensionaly the same in the crank area as a 4A block then yes it will fit.
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Postby Shrike » Fri Dec 28, 2012 9:45 pm

Flannelman wrote:As long as the 7A block is dimensionaly the same in the crank area as a 4A block then yes it will fit.


Also not to be mean but I would probably go to Barry/Mrp for something like this :p

Might pay to go via him for options
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Postby RomanV » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:07 pm

Selling an untested product that has gains which are impossible to quantify, which adds no power what so ever, costs a lot of money, and is only applicable for 0.1% of people who own the engine its for.

Cant see a huge (any) market for this until you do something like prove that a standard bluetop wont explode at 10,000rpm with one fitted or something...

Not that it's really possible given the other mods etc required to do so.
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Postby Bazda » Wed Feb 27, 2013 9:28 pm

Just like to say we are implementing our design and its $550 incl ARP studs.
We have already pre sold a few.

Its not for all, more for the series track racer who is always up there at 9k+ and wants their bearings to last longer. Spend $10k+ to build a 200hp+ 4age, may as well throw in additional safety to get more miles out of it and not throw that $10k down the drain when something lets go because of block flex.
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Postby Bazda » Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:40 pm

Done!

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