Chevy Big Block
Strongest High-Performance Rod from Scat
Machined from high-tensile 4340 forged steel, Scat H-Beam Connecting Rods are the strongest available making them ideal for high-compression, nitrous, and supercharged applications. Profiled for engines using stroker crankshafts, these rods are sized and balanced within +/- one gram. For added durability, ARP L19, 2000, and 8740 Series 12-point cap screw fasteners are used to secure the heavy-duty 2-rib doweled rod caps precisely in place.
What Are The Top Scat Pro Sport H-Beam 4340 Forged Connecting Rods?
The most popular selling Scat Pro Sport H-Beam forged rod applications include Small Block Chevy with 6.00-inch length, Big Block Chevy with 6.135-inch length, and Big Block Ford with 6.605-inch length.
How Much Do Scat Pro Sport H-Beam 4340 Forged Connecting Rods Cost?
Scat H beam rods range in price from $90 to just under $110 each. A set of eight Scat connecting rods starts at around $525 and reaches just under $800, depending on the application.
What Are The Main Benefits of Scat Pro Sport H-Beam 4340 Forged Connecting Rods?
Scat rods in the Pro Sport H-beam machined 4340-forged steel line are designed to benefit stroker, high-compression, supercharged, turbocharged, and nitrous applications with one of the strongest designs available. They also include ARP 12-point cap screws that further strengthen the rod with heavy-duty rod caps.
How To Install Scat Pro Sport H-Beam 4340 Forged Connecting Rods
The assembly instructions and specifications for connecting rods will vary depending on the application, so following the manufacturer's directions is critical for proper installation. In most cases, assembling the pistons and wrist pins onto the connecting rods is done either with wire locks or Spiro locks, or via press-fitting using heat, depending on the design. It is very important to orient the connecting rod correctly during installation with either method. When assembling the connecting rod to the crankshaft, apply ARP lubricant under the head of the rod bolts and threads. Properly lube the crankshaft and bearing surfaces prior to connecting rod and bearing installation and use Plastigauge to confirm correct bearing clearance matching your specific engine's requirements. It is also important to properly orient the connecting rod cap to the connecting rod. In addition, a rod bolt stretch gauge is used to properly measure the rod bolts before and after torquing, which must follow the instructions for proper installation. This is critical to proper rod bolt torque.
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