Crank identification please .

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Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 2nd, 2020, 5:05 pm

Hi ,
I would be grateful if any one can identify this crank .
The crank mains appear to be 53.63/53.64 , big ends 51.45 ?
Only just received my 2”-3” Mitutoyo so sizes might not be reliable but hopefully so .
There is a clear number on the crank 7597498 .This seems to relate to ;
Fiat-Lancia TIPO,CROMA,COUPE,DELTA INTEGRALE,THEMA,KAPPA
I was hoping it might be 130tc comparable ?
The bearings are supposed to be 130tc standard and appear to fit well but when thousandths make a difference may be not ?
Thank you . Matt
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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 3rd, 2020, 1:32 pm

OK ,
Apologies ,
I clearly managed to set zero to a memorised figure a fraction off 2” - 50.8 so readings are actually ;
52.99 main
50.78 big end
Hopefully makes more sense !
Sorry , gosh , that learning curve never stops growing .

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 3rd, 2020, 1:37 pm

Still have not worked out how to turn it off . I thought it might do it automatically but does not seem to be the case so removing battery .
I would need an electron microscope to read the instructions , insanely small !
No on/off button .
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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 4th, 2020, 5:33 pm

Considering the vast wealth of F/L experts on here I am very surprised that there isn’t anyone who can provide one ounce of info on this request . Surely Covid has n’t had the power to destroy a seriously valuable source of F/L knowledge ?

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 4th, 2020, 5:33 pm

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by Guy Croft » October 10th, 2020, 2:19 pm

Sorry I did not pick this up sooner..

the crank is not Strada compatible - the flats on the crank nose indicate that it's for a late style crank nose driven oil pump - unlike the Strada where the pump is driven off the aux d/s.

Size-wise the Delta series of that genre have dimensions to the Strada..

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 13th, 2020, 7:15 am

Good morning Guy ,
Thank you for your answer .
Does that mean that it would not fit or that it would fit but one would need to go dry sump ?

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 13th, 2020, 7:21 am

The reason I grabbed this crank Guy was due to the fact that the fully rebuilt 130tc engine I purchased has had its crank ground and new shells fitted . I believe you say that the 2.0 cranks must not be ground so I thought if that were the case this might fix the situation ?
Thanks , Matt

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by Guy Croft » October 13th, 2020, 4:43 pm

call me one working day UK time 1200 - 1630 on 01522 705222

save me ages if we can talk about the detail

asap please let's get it sorted

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Re: Crank identification please .

Post by UKM » October 14th, 2020, 6:48 am

Thank you , will do .

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