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Old 01-08-2011, 03:31 AM   #1
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Default Brian Crower Stroker Kit for b20

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Has anyone used this kit by any chance, or their products? The price seems a little high, but I am not worried about it if they have a good product. New to the engine scene, so I am learning. Thank you in advance for any input.
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Default Re: Brian Crower Stroker Kit for b20

I'm selling a used (proven) eagle 95mm storker kit for a b-series with long rods for $700 if you're interested.
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Default Re: Brian Crower Stroker Kit for b20

The kit is fine. We purchased two of the kits 5 years ago or so. The rods are a little longer and the compression height on the pistons are lower for a better R/S. I can say we had one of the kits sent off to be balanced before assembly. The total displacement was around 2.15 ltrs with 13:1 compression. With crower cams The motor made 256hp on one motor. I sold mine to someone that used it in a b18c (84mm 12:1cr 95mm stroke) and made 235hp with pro series cams I believe.
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