Continuing with the theme of my crank 2.0 k, I wish to add the following.
Once clarified the issue with Mr dave Andrews, about the stroke of my crank 2.0 k, which is 91.70 mm and the length of the con rod which is 132 mm and overcome the issue of possible problems with grades and the ratio , I will continue to say that:
The designers of the crank, incorporated two advantages.
The first is, that which closes the oil seal crank, is interchangeable, so that when you wear through use can be replaced by a new one and there is no need to repair the crank.
The second is, where joins the crank with the flywheel also is interchangeable, so that when the flywheel is bending or wear through use can rectify the flywheel and add a washer thicker to compensate for the material was removed from the flywheel in the repair in the face where the clutch work.