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Eagle 12833030

Eagle Chevy LS Competition Rotating Assemblies

Eagle 12833030
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Eagle 12833030 Eagle Chevy LS Competition Rotating Assemblies $2,562.99
Competition Rotating Assembly
Stroke: 4.000
Disp. @ 4.030: 408
Rod Length: 6.125
Pistons: -29cc Dish
Rings: File Fit
Comp. Ratio 66cc/72cc: 9.2/8.6

Eagle 12833030 Details

LS Competition Rotating Assemblies

  • 4.030" Bore
  • 66cc or 72cc L92 Heads
  • LS7/Long Snout Crank
  • 58 Tooth Reluctor

    Internal Balance - Flexplate/Flywheel and Balancer Not Included

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    The Eagle Chevy LS Competition Rotating Assemblies offer ultimate performance, reliabilty and strength for engines producing up to 750 horsepower. These affordable kits include quality components including an Eagle 4340 forged steel crankshaft, Eagle H-Beam rods, Mahle or Arias pistons, Hastings rings and Clevite or King bearings!

  • All kits are designed for internal balance.
  • LS1 and LS6 engines feature a standard bore size of 3.900", kits are available in .005" oversize.
  • LS2, LQ4/LQ9, LY6 and L76 engines feature a standard bore size of 4.000", kits are available in .005", .010", .030" and .060" oversizes.
  • LS3/L92/L99 and LS9 engines feature a standard bore size of 4.065", kits are available in standard bore, .005" and .060" oversizes.
  • LS7 engines feature a standard bore size of 4.125", kits are available in standard bore and .030" oversize.
  • Please verify reluctor ring tooth count, bore size and cylinder head volume to ensure proper kit selection.
  • Eagle Specialty Products reserves the right to substitute pistons due to availability.

  • Would this be a good candidate kit to put a single turbo on? Or What compression would work best for a single turbo?

    Asked by: Stan79
    This is a pretty good option for a common turbo like a Precision 62. CR and boost pressure are relative so we would really like to know the overall goal for the engine.
    Answered by: Dean R
    Date published: 2018-01-23
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