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K1 Rotating Assemblies Make Engine Building Easy

A successful engine build begins with the right components. K1 Technology’s rotating assemblies give you a head start with high-quality internals that are perfectly matched, with no guesswork.

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Go Big or Go Home With K1 Technologies LS Stroker Crankshafts

K1 is flush with LS stroker crankshafts to take your block from boring to big-inch. 

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K1's Ultimate LS Swap Cranks Let You Personalize Your LS Stroker Crankshaft

LS engines are all about interchangeability and swap-ability. K1's line of LS7 crankshafts makes it possible to add factory dry-sump oiling to any Gen III/IV LS engines. 

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What is Deck Height? How to Calculate and What it Means

Deck height is a vital engine measurement that dictates rod length, crankshaft stroke, piston-to-head clearance, and so much more. Here, we define deck height, how to measure it, and its impact on your next engine build. 

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Tips to Know Before You Build a Chevy Stroker Engine

Planning a stroker build? Here are a few things you should know before you get started.

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Which LS Connecting Rod is Right for My Build: 6.098in vs 6.125in

Small changes offer big benefits when it comes to selecting aftermarket rods for your next Chevy LS engine build. Here’s a look at how rod length affects the performance and durability of an engine - and you thought you’d never use that Geometry..

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K1 Technologies' New Forged LS7-Style Crankshaft

K1 Technology's new, LS7-style crankshaft is the perfect solution to those desiring more displacement and factory dry-sump oiling capability.  

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