Congrats on getting your car back. And for the record, ACL race bearings can't be beat for the money in my opinion. I've ran them in 2 of my old honda motors and about 5 other blocks built for friends and never had a single problem with any of them.
I called the local dealer and they wanted $850 for a new oem crank. I cant find anyone who has a good used one and all remans are a min of 10 under so I ordered an eagle forged crank and acl race bearings for $745. I know its a little much for how much power i plan on using, but now i can be confident that my bottom end is built solid.
I can get the oem cranks out to you guys for $700 shipped.
98 GS-T - Built, 50 trim, Street car... Putting it all back together finally...
I have ran a cut crank in my 6g72 and never had a problem. I talked to the guy at the machine shop and he said they are fine to run. I have 12k on my rebuild. It's cheap too. Only 97$ for a cut crank vs a lot.
I would recommend getting the plugs pulled ND cleaned on the crank. You want absolutely zero metal in their obviously.
Also flush you oil cooler with ac flush. I did that too and haven't found a specific of metal and it's been 12k
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