I belive the crank is the same ?The differance is in the cam shaft with firing order.
Does anyone know the differences between a standard rotation crank and a reverse rotation crank?
I'm building up 2 350's stroked to 408's and need some info.
Hmm... not sure about that,
The crankshaft is either
crossed drilled or the oil holes are drilled so that when the
cylinder fires the oil hole in crank is facing up torwards
the cylinder. Thereticaly Providing a Actual film of oil the
downward force of the rod bearing will ride on.
My Counter Crank was crossed drilled . It is a
Sonny Bryant Billet which is knife edged on the wrong
side telling me it started life in a normal application.
Dont really think it makes a big difference.
Providing there is enough oil pressure and proper clearence.
Next time I have a bottom end apart ill take note on where
the oil feed is for the rod bearings.
(Hopefull not mine)
Here is a recent Thread on it
Hope this helps
difference between reverse and standard rotation motors...HELP
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