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Car will be mainly street driven with an occasional trip to the track. Just wondering if I should step up to the steel crank.

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im sure it would SCAT cranks are awesome! if yo uwant the extra insurance i would move up a step on the crank

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There are many guys running 150 shots on stock nodular ford cranks! I dont think you'll have a problem out of that Scat crank... just watch the tune and you'll be fine.
 

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Keep in mind that even with a cast crank the block is the weakest link.

We've dynoed some rediculous numbers with the cast cranks, I'm not even going to post them because I wouldn't recommend doing it, but it's suffice to say they've lived through more than a 150 shot in our experience.

Hope that helps,

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The block will give before the crank does.
 
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