For Ford Escort (Europe) MK1/MK2 1968-1980 72.75mm Stroke Crankshaft - High Performance 4340 EN24 Billet Steel Crank

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For Ford Escort (Europe) MK1/MK2 1968-1980 72.75mm Stroke Crankshaft

 Fit for 1968-1980 For Ford Escort (Europe) MK1/MK2
 Material 4340 EN24 Aircraft Chrome Moly Billet Steel
 Type Narrow Pin
 Flywheel / Flexplate bolts pattern 12
 Rods journal diameter 49.22mm
 Main journal diameter 54mm
 Rods Center Length 122.58mm
 Stroke 72.75mm
 Max HP 1800 HP
 Nose Design X-flow specific
 Note: with an adapter may be fitted to convert for BD use.
 Feature We have corresponding conrods for this crank, please contact us.
 Fully Balanced


Key Features

- Precision manufactured from 4340 EN24 aircraft chrome moly Billet steel

- Minimal Heat Treatment Distortion

- Minimal Size Change

- Resistance to abrasions & burn characteristics

- No reduction in the Cores strength

- Metal protection

- Suited for high output compatibility


With over 10 years of High-performance engine parts design and manufacturing, we have rich experience and intimate

knowledge to making professional crankshafts for maximum reliable performance. Our each crankshaft is always produced

with the sterling 4340 EN24 billet steel, plus full control throughout the design and manufacturing process. Many crankshafts

are manufactured and delivered to worldwide every year from our professional crankshafts factory. These crankshafts range

is cover most popular America, European and Japanese engines. We also offer custom crankshafts and private label service.

 Make Model Trim Year Stroke Engine
For Ford



MK1 / MK21968-198072.75mm

1.6L Cosworth BDA
2.0L Cosworth BDG
1.6L For Lotus-For Ford Twin Cam I4


For Ford Escort MK2


For Ford Escort (Europe) History

The For Ford Escort was a small family car that was manufactured by For Ford of Britain and For Ford Germany from 1968 to 2002.

The For Ford Escort name was also applied to several different small cars produced in North America by For Ford between 1981

and 2002–03. 

The first use of the Escort name was for a reduced specification version of the For Ford Squire, a 1950s estate car version of

the For Ford Anglia 100E, though this did not sell well by comparison to the other members of the 100E family.


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