Winberg Cranks vs Bryant & Velasco

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  1. Cdn526

    Cdn526 Member

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    I've run either Bryant or Velasco billet TF cranks in our A/fuel dragster, and would like to know who has run Winberg, and if there were pro / cons.
    Thanks!
    Clif
     
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  2. jay70cuda

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    I have and there heavy. And more crank throws. High rpm tends to crack them. Look back thru the threads. We had this discussion last summer. Really good thread
     
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  3. Will Hanna

    Will Hanna We put the 'inside' in Top Alcohol
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    Winberg is in the majority of TF cars these days. Call Lance Flanakin and ask him.
     
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  4. Cdn526

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    Thanks fellas!
     
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  5. Marc White

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    I did talk to Lance as we are ready to buy cranks..His comment was Winberg all the way. He said Bryant and Winberg weigh about the same. Velasco's being the heavy ones and the TF cars are getting a significant increase in runs on Winberg.
     
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  6. Cdn526

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    And Lance is...?
     
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  7. Bob Meyer

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    Lance Flanakin Crankshaft repair and service
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    had to move to Brownsburg from Houston several years ago, tells you something!
     
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  8. Cdn526

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    Thank you!
     
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