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I am buying a hotrod crankshaft just a standered stroke one I could`nt afford a stroker. What can I exspect from the new hotrod? Will i see any performance or just a pieace of mind that it is a strong crankshaft and it hold up well. My old one is not bad but I do want to refresh it with new one for my engine build.

I have not fully plan and research on the install but once the case is split how dose the crank come out? and is there any tips or anythang i should know when puting the new one in?
 

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replacing the crank won't change the proformance any
The old crank needs to be pressed out
I'd suggest that you start reading the tranny assembly section from raptortranny. spliting the cases means that the trans comes out also.
It's really amazing the amount of parts that fit in that case.
 

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I believe that the connecting rod is included, I think thats the extra insurance your looking for. Plus its already in there if you want to up the power of the bike considerably.
 
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