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    Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Date: 19th April 2022
    Username: BadFastGTC
    Full Name: Steve Menegon
    City, State, Zip:Akron, Pa. 17501
    Contact: Send PM or E-Mail - 1989GTC@gmail.com
    Price:$1500.00 plus shipping & insurance

    Crankshaft was made by Farndon in England as I was told one of two made. The crankshaft is 10lb lighter than a forged 2.2 crankshaft. It has never been used. Crankshaft is essentially a common block part. Convert your 2.2 to a faster revving 2.0.

    Thank you,

    Steve Menegon

    Photo added. Crank weighs 38lb.


    Crankshaft has been sold.
    Last edited by BadFastGTC; 06-04-2022 at 03:54 PM.
    Steve Menegon
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    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    AJ to the white courtesy phone please.

    Good luck with the sale Steve!

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    AJ to the white courtesy phone please.

    Good luck with the sale Steve!
    Na, AJ has one he hasn't used yet either. Hey Steve, it's been a while! Good to see a post from you.
    I think many of us have thought about selling off parts we know deep down inside we won't be using in this one lifetime we each get. Then there are some hoarders that have enough for several lifetimes... You guys know who you are!
    I know, I know, I'm a good one to talk, but at least I'm down to one body style now.
    Todd

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4 l-bodies View Post
    Na, AJ has one he hasn't used yet either. Hey Steve, it's been a while! Good to see a post from you.
    I think many of us have thought about selling off parts we know deep down inside we won't be using in this one lifetime we each get. Then there are some hoarders that have enough for several lifetimes... You guys know who you are!
    I know, I know, I'm a good one to talk, but at least I'm down to one body style now.
    Todd
    It has been a while! I kept alive in my mind I would complete this project, but my honey made me realize it wasn't happening. Don't get me wrong, not through telling me I was done, but rather her questions let me come to the decision to clear out what I can.

    The rods are already gone along with some other items. More to come as time allows.

    Steve M.

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    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    AJ to the white courtesy phone please.

    Good luck with the sale Steve!
    Thanks buddy! How's everything on your end?

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    Steve Menegon
    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Wow, weird; I was just thinking about contacting you the other day just to chew the fat. Good to hear from you Steve.
    best 1/8 ET-6.16 sec. best 1/8 speed-119.70 Best 1/4 MPH 145.5, Best 1/4 ET 9.65 sec. 8 valve NO NITROUS!!

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Quote Originally Posted by BadFastGTC View Post
    Thanks buddy! How's everything on your end?

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    We are all doing well the kids keep getting bigger by the day and Iím fortunate to be making some small progress on my projects. Itís great to see you posting. I hope youíre able to make it to SDAC this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren Stramer View Post
    Wow, weird; I was just thinking about contacting you the other day just to chew the fat. Good to hear from you Steve.
    Warren,
    I saw your name come up in the comment section of one of Dave Vizard's vids and thought the same!

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    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    We are all doing well the kids keep getting bigger by the day and Iím fortunate to be making some small progress on my projects. Itís great to see you posting. I hope youíre able to make it to SDAC this year.
    Unfortunately, I will not this year.

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    Steve Menegon
    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Dreams . . . . I've got one about a 2.0 Rampage at El Mirage and Bonneville
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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Has this been stored laying flat or standing on end?

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Quote Originally Posted by 1985ShlbyChrger View Post
    Has this been stored laying flat or standing on end?
    That doesn't matter with our cranks. Five main bearings in 16" long cranks; it's not going to bend. Do you think ANY cranks were machined, and shipped upright when made? With that said, I'm sure Steve knows how to store a crankshaft. Steve carefully stored it on it's side, under high humidity, fluctuating temps, and supported by salt blocks. (hehe).
    Todd

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnl View Post
    Dreams . . . . I've got one about a 2.0 Rampage at El Mirage and Bonneville
    The Silver State Challenge. 👍

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    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4 l-bodies View Post
    That doesn't matter with our cranks. Five main bearings in 16" long cranks; it's not going to bend. Do you think ANY cranks were machined, and shipped upright when made? With that said, I'm sure Steve knows how to store a crankshaft. Steve carefully stored it on it's side, under high humidity, fluctuating temps, and supported by salt blocks. (hehe).
    Todd
    I did Todd! Do you monitor my garage? 🤣

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    1989 T2 GTC (Sledgehammer)
    11.872@120.21
    1987 Shelby Lancer #574 - 13.79@104.65
    2005 SRT4 ACR (Mamba) 12.612@110.96 (Now Junk)
    2016 200S (The Silver Billet) 14.70@92.7

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    I'm glad I didn't see this crank. I'd be even more broke than I am now.

    I'm pretty sure I have mentioned all of the old greats between David's videos and Richard Holdener's videos and streams.

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Quote Originally Posted by INSATANSSEAT View Post
    I'm glad I didn't see this crank. I'd be even more broke than I am now.

    I'm pretty sure I have mentioned all of the old greats between David's videos and Richard Holdener's videos and streams.
    what user name do you go by on youtube? i generally join the 2.2 streams as Brian Bucar

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    This one is easy, I have myself to blame, I rush things, don't pay attention to gauges when I should, change to much stuff at once then expect miracles, the list is endless.

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    Hey Brian! It's my actual name like on Facebook(for now). Mark Lucas. I'm from Alton, Illinois right across the Mississippi from St. Louis. I was born at Missouri Baptist hospital as first year G24 turbo cars rolled off the line at St. Louis Assembly South about a mile away. I've been obsessed with L bodies since I was a little kid when my sister got her first car, an '80 TC3, and I grew up in an '87 Voyager my Mom bought brand new. I haven't been doing too much besides schoolwork lately. I'm working on getting a programming and development degree. Secretly, I'm hoping to find a unicorn. Some person who knows assembly code like the back of their hand, but who can also teach it well and is willing to communicate in depth about it. It's a stretch since the program mainly covers CSS and Java, but you never know. Sorry, Steve! Enough derailing/thread mining.

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    that would be cool to have easy access to someone who cut their teeth on assembly code that isnt wicked busy lol.

    ill look out for you on the next holdener stream.

    Brian

    Quote Originally Posted by turbovanman
    This one is easy, I have myself to blame, I rush things, don't pay attention to gauges when I should, change to much stuff at once then expect miracles, the list is endless.

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    Don't look too hard. I will be swamped between schoolwork gardening and helping my wife do festivals. I'll be in between semesters from August 1st through 14th. You'll definitely see me then. I'll also be tearing through back burnered projects as fast as I can before the fall semester starts.

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    Re: Billet Short Stroke Common Block Crankshaft

    Nice hijack of Steve's FS ad guys. Wow, it may be time to take your ADHD medication and refocus.

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