Forged Rotating Assembly
Looking to add a Big Cubic Inch Stroker motor under the hood of your 1979-1995 Mustang? These Scat engine rotating assemblies are a perfect basis to build your new 351 Windsor based power-plant on. This Scat 393 competition rotating assembly features a Scat forged 4340 3.850" stroke Crankshaft & Forged 6.200" H-beam connecting rods, with 7/16" cap screw bolts. For maximum power and reliability, Scat adds a set of rod and main bearings and tops it off with a set of Forged pistons & rings. These Scat competition rotating assemblies are designed to be used with 28oz. balance Flywheel and Harmonic balancer.
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This kit comes un-balanced and must be balance with your supplied balancer and flywheel/flex-plate.
Flat top pistons have valve reliefs made onto them.
Mahle Piston with -6CC Valve Reliefs
Scat enterprises was founding in the early 1960's by Tom Lieb. Since then, Scat has researched and developed aftermarket performance engine parts for a variety of different cars. Ranging from pistons, connecting rods, crankshafts, stroker kits, forged rotating assemblies, and many more engine internal, Scat has set the bar high within the automotive industry. They pride themselves in the high quality products the supply and the excellent customer service they are known for. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get your stroker kits and rotating assemblies to get your Mustang putting down serious horsepower.
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I bought this car for $500!!! The previous owner had an engine compartment fire then parked it in his garage for years to fix it someday. Sadly he passed away before he got the chance to start the pro...