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Come on 4 Liter !

You know thats an XB 9 crank hes talking about
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Come on 4 Liter !

You know thats an XB 9 crank hes talking about
ahhh, now I get it. The "9 in" threw me off.
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correct, as in a crank from a XB9 in it, not a 9" throw.
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I'm pretty sure you would need to raise the backbone to accomodate a 9" stroke engine.
I had CrankWorks in Arizona do my work on the above pictured crank. It looks awesome from the pics and all the off-road cranks they have done for me have been spot on. If you need something custom done, they might could do it for you, as long as time is not an issue.
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These heads are the best part and someone should cast these up if there are any head specialists out there or knock them out with a CNC. This is a really updated Panhead actually and at 4.0 bore could fit a large range of engines.
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Kind of like a Panhead in a way and a path to the much better style valve gear the X-Wedge engine utilizes.

These are very nice head eliminating a lot of parts.
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