Don't think you can get a quality crankshaft at good price? Lunati says you can with their new Voodoo series.
If horsepower wasn’t so expensive, every hot rod and muscle car would probably have a 1,200 horsepower mill under the hood. It’s not a perfect world though, and sacrifices have to be made for the sake of saving some cash. Lunati has limited those sacrifices with the introduction of its Voodoo line of crankshafts for Chevy, Ford and Pontiac engines.
Starting with the 4340, non-twist alloy steel, Lunati outfitted its Voodoo cranks with weight-reduction holes precision located in each rod journal allowing for quicker rotating assembly acceleration and improved engine acceleration. Voodoo crankshaft counterweights are profiled to reduce windage and parasitic operating loss, something typically reserved for high-end race cranks.
Not sold yet? How about more sought-after crankshaft features like micropolished bearing journals and a nitrile treatment for improved bearing journal surface strength and wear resistance? The Voodoo crankshafts are precision indexed and dynamically balanced before leaving the Lunati warehouse, too.
Voodoo crankshafts are available for the Chevy small block with the choice of 3.750 and 4.000 strokes while Chevy big block owners get their choice of a 4.250, 4.500, 4.625 or 4.750 strokes. There’s even an LS Voodoo crank available. Lunati also offers the Voodoo cranks in 3.250, 3.400. 4.000, 4.100 and 4.250 strokes for the Ford small block and three (4.300, 4.500 and 4.160) Ford big block options. Rounding out the current Voodoo Crankshaft lineup is a 4.375 stroke Pontiac crank.