Machined from high-tensile 4340 forged material, Scat H-Beam Connecting Rods are the strongest available! They're profiled for stroker clearance, which makes them ideal for high-compression, nitrous, and supercharged applications. For added durability, ARP 2000 or 8740 Series Cap Screw Fasteners are used to secure the heavy-duty 2-rib doweled rod caps.Features
Scat has been manufacturing and distributing connecting rods, crankshafts, and engine components for more than fifty years. The tradition continues to this day with a 42,000 sq/ft facility in Redondo Beach, California. Quality is the first step in all Scat products... skilled craftsmen, superior materials, innovation, and dedication create the absolute best parts for you.
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What is the max horsepower these rods can handle?
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