We were in sand drag today and set the best time ever at Iceland yes 3.06 seconds.
That combo is wonderful. We know nothing about boost and just have timing on safe side 22-degrees advance. After weekend we get a complete Racepak to read all this info we need.
Harry Thor and Valur
Note: Harry’s rear engine dragster (near lane) is powered by an Ohio Crankshaft 540-cubic inch short block/Procharger combination in his sand dragster. He also has an Ohio Crank 598 normally aspirated engine in his dragstrip altered.
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5/29/19 – Chrysler Crankshaft Inventory – Most 440 and Hemi cranks are back in stock.
5/29/19 – Block Re-Sleeve – Ohio Crank can repair all types of aluminum blocks. Call for specific details.
5/29/19 – Dyno Upgrades – Working with Computech, we have upgraded our fuel system data gathering and also installed a new water tank and plumbing system.
See the latest advertisements placed in National Dragster, Speedway Illustrated, Drag Illustrated, and Drag Racing Online posted on our LATEST ADS page for your reference.
5/27/19 – JEGS Summer Door Car Shootout – I-57 Drag Strip in Benton, Illinois on July 19-21, 2019 See the complete event flyer and website with Ohio Crankshaft cash up for grabs.
5/27/19 – Ohio Crankshaft Sponsors Quick 8 Door Car Series at Muncie – The Door Car Quick 8 Series at Muncie Dragway will have a season long sponsorship from us to support the event series. Good luck to all participants.
5/27/19 – DCTPA Sponsorship – Ohio Crankshaft is supporting the Hot Rod Tractors category for the Darke County Tractor Pullers Association for the 2019 season.
Congrats to Bob Johnson and his team for their recent win at National Trail Raceway. See their thank you letter in our RACER’S LETTERS page.
4/23/19 – Lifter Bushing Machine Service – Bigger cams and springs require bigger lifters and bushings. Our CNC program also corrects the block locations.
4/23/19 – Boosted Short Blocks – Our 540 is doing the job with Roots, ProCharger and Turbo applications.
This new Chevy LS Rotating Assembly Kit is now available for the 402-440 cubic inch LS2 LS3 LS6 L92 or LS7 engine. It comes with a billet 4.00-stroke Ohio Crankshaft, Oliver billet 6.125 connecting rods, King race bearings, and Diamond Extreme Duty 2000 HP pistons and rings. The pistons are available for 12- or 15-degree heads and a choice of dish or flat top pistons. The kit is Internally balanced and comes with a choice 24 Or 58 tooth reluctor. See more details on our rotating assembly kits page.
4/19/19 – 440 and Hemi Crankshafts – 4.25″ are back in stock, 4.5″ and 4.75″ very soon.
4/19/19 – FREE SHIPPING – 620 and 632 Super class and pump gas engines in stock, 48 states. Limited time.
4/19/19 K&N Testing at Ohio Crank – We are going to be dyno testing the new K&N Electronic Carb Injection soon. This looks like a really cool idea.
Ohio Crankshaft announces their new line of durable nitrided 4340 Crankshafts that are designed with a damper/balancer snout of big block Chevrolet dimensions. ” Many companies have specially designed dampers specifically designed to combine the big block snout to the dampening specs of a small block engine,” comments Scott Ray from Ohio Crank. “Our new crank design offers tremendous strength for engines that utilize a supercharger drive or additional drives on the front of the small block Chevy.”
Other features for this new line include an aircraft quality nitrided 4340 forging, profiled aerowing counterweights, straight shot oiling passages and an extra 1/4 keyway. The target bobweight is 1,900 grams. There are currently four models offered with 350- and 400-inch main dimensions and stroke choices of 3.480-, 3.750-, 3.875-, and 4.000-inches.
View the new line of small block Chevrolet crankshafts with pricing on the ohiocrank.com cranks page.
Thankful for what 2018 brought them, Michelle and Rick recall their first win for 2018 in the new Ohio Crankshaft powered Corvette Super Gas roadster at the “Baby Gators” NHRA points race the weekend before the 2018 NHRA Gatornationals. They followed with a runner-up finish the following weekend at the Gatornationals as well.
In April, they made the trip to Galot, NC and scored another Wally, winning in the Ohio Crank powered Dragster in Super Comp eliminations, making it to three finals in a row!
This summer season was filled with an assortment of semi final and quarter final finishes but ended the year with another final round appearance at Rockingham, NC in Super Comp.
The Super Gas Division 2 points championship came down to the final round at the Rockingham event. The team is very proud of our 2nd place Super Gas and 3rd place Super Comp Division 2 points finishes.
The Furrs have won and finished in the top 3 Division points in three classes, several times now. We also wrapped up a strong NHRA National points showing all year finishing tied for 10th place in Super Gas