+.040 Stroker Crank for BSP "Clones" & GX200 style engines.
208cc. with stock bore or 212cc. with 2.756 Bore.
Uses the Honda/Clone connecting rods and flywheels.
Note: Can be used as a stock replacement in Predators if flywheel and rod is changed to GX200 style.
.060 Stroker Crank OEM Crankshaft welded and ground producing .060 more stroke, When used with stock length rod, will put piston approx at zero deck height. Some applications may need to customize piston or use thick head gasket (.020" clearance between piston and head required)Crank requires balancing (approx. 60 grams total , 30 per counterweight)Approx. 218cc with stock bore For experienced engine builders! - Some clearancing may be required! NOTE: Requires Flywheel, Billet, 6626 - 212 HEMI Predator (New Style), Kohler 212 or Flywheel, Billet, Super Light , 212 Predator (Hemi New Style) flywheels. Uses Honda Rod Journal (use 6270 ARC Rod, Honda GX200 STD OHV 3.303 or 6234 ARC Billet Rod, GX160/200 &Clone 3.595" X .490" rod)Allow up to 1 week to ship, esp if balancing is required
414cc Stroker Crank, OEM Honda Crankshaft welded and ground producing +.160 more stroke for a total of 2.68" (68mm), Puts piston at -.010 to TDC on Honda Blocks (Chinese OHVs will Vary),Use with stock length rod and OEM Piston (piston must be cut .040)Crank requires balancing
Billet Steel GX200 Stroker Crank, +.175 Stroker, 1" Pin Requires special ARC Rod (3.625). Note: Requires adjustable flywheel or special offset timing keyAllows 214 to 266 cc depending on PistonOptional Timing 8 degree Key Available Key, Timing, Offset, 8 Degrees, Stroker Cranks
GX390 +.200 Stroker Crankshaft. 2.720"(69mm) stroke with standard crank pin diameter. Machined in house from hardened 4340 Chromoly to the exact standard you have come to expect from ARC. Dual plane balanced to eliminate the need for the OEM counter balance system. Design for use with the ARC 6272 rod and the 27-3464 (88mm) piston. 1" PTO shaft. Some internal engine clearancing may be required. If using piston bigger than 90mm, re-balancing may be required.