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Question Pauter Racing Crankshaft, 70.4mm

Pauter 70.4 mm, 6 bolt, racing crankshaft. 2" journals, oil modifications, hardened, polished, balanced. Perfect, $1200 shipped CONUS. PM or e-mail only. Thank you.

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Red face Pauter Racing Crankshaft

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How is this crankshaft compared to Porsche original - qualitywise? Will it fit the 2-2,7 engine cases? Same rods?
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Yes, it will fit the standard case, it will require special rods. Worth the money cause you get to use a quality 2" bearing.
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Just curious on the details of the crank, as I see it's already sold. Is this a crank that Pauter casts from new or do they modify an original Porsche crank? It seems that a shop could grind the journals to 2 in. for Clevite bearings, knife edge, cross drill and presto chango you have this same crank?

I'm certainly not discounting the quality of this crank. That's some VERY nice work on the counterweights and journal oiling holes.

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I'm really interested to hear more too, with KTL. Knowledge is always good.
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Its a modified 'stock' crank. I quote stock, cause it is (was) actually a 2.8L RSR crank.

It is my understanding that the the only difference between the RSR and plain jane was the radii on the rod journals was enlarged to improve fatague strength. Since these journals were reground, that issue is meaningless.

You can have these operations preformed on a stock crank and end up with a functionally equilivent piece. It will run you much more than $1k though .

Although ive never used them, the 2" clevite NASCAR bearings are supposed to be the bees knees. Quality and affordabe.

This piece was a steal.

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Thanks for the details tadd. Didn't mean to come across as, "Ah, that's no big deal. Anybody can make that crank."

Pauter is nice to deal with and does very nice work. I've actually worked with Brian recently on getting my Pauter rods reconditioned and he was excellent to deal with.

If I had Ollie's do my 3.0L crank like this, I estimate it would cost at least $1250 to create the same crank. That work would include:

Knife edge
Groove & cross drill
Balance
R&R gears, plugs and clean
heat treat
magnaflux
grind & polish

What's a good used 2.4/2.7 crank worth? At least $500, no? Yes sir, this Pauter reconditioned & upgraded crank was a really good deal.
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Forgot one :-).

The RSR cranks have the 1" reliefs (counter bore) in the crank pins.
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