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Lunati 60361250-1

Signature Series Connecting Rods GM LS Series Rod Length: 6.125 in.

Lunati 60361250-1

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Lunati 60361250-1 Signature Series Connecting Rods GM LS Series Rod Length: 6.125 in. $165.23
Signature Series Connecting Rods
GM LS Series
  • Rod Length: 6.125 in.
  • Big End Diameter: 2.0 in.
  • Small End Diameter: 0.867 in.
  • Weight: 650 grams
  • 1/pkg.

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    60361250-1

    Lunati Signature Series Connecting Rods are the highest quality rods you can purchase for your race engine. They are forged from 4340 aircraft quality steel and CNC machined using the latest technology. After machining, each unit is shot peened, magnafluxed and sonic tested to ensure that the material is free from impurities and defects. The rods are fully deburred so machining and further deburring is unnecessary, and the threads are back cut and radiused above the bolt and have large radii on both the large and small ends. Signature Series Rods feature Ampco 45 bushings and file hardened locators, as well as 7/16" x 1.550" ARP 2000 cap screws. Sets are weight matched to +/- 1.0 grams.

    What’s the HP rating on these? 

    Asked by: m0nk3y8180
    There are no HP figures listed, but the estimate would be 750 HP.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-16

    Wondering if I will need my crank turned to fit these rods or if I can get bearings to let these fit without turning my crank. My crank is at 2.099-2.100

    Asked by: Ksmith95
    These will fit a stock type bearing and crank.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-03-13

    Are these rods considered an I beam rod or just a stock replacement rod?

    Asked by: BRracingforfun
    We would call this an i beam style rod, they are much stronger than stock.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-13
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations