Small Block Chevy
Procomp Electronics H-beam connecting rods are one of the strongest connecting rods available. Procomp Electronics H-beam connecting rods are perfect for supercharged and nitrous applications. These rods incorporate a special doweled cap for specific cap-to-rod alignment and are profiled with extra clearance for stroker applications.
Procomp Electronics -H- Beam Street / Strip connecting rods are manufactured from aircraft quality 4340 chromoly steel. The rods are x-rayed and ultrasonically tested with all surfaces shot peened and stress relieved.
Speedmaster H-Beam Street/Strip Connecting Rods are manufactured from aircraft-quality 4340 chromoly steel. Rods are X-rayed and ultrasonically tested with all surfaces shot-peened and stress-relieved. Perfect for small block engines producing 700 HP and big block engines 800+ HP.
What rod bearing is recommend for this rod std width are narrow bearing?
Will these speed master rods clear the cam to rod bolt for a 383 stroker do I need a small base cam
Are these a match weight set.
what size are the rod bolts ,3/8 or 7/16
What is the torque for the bolts .
Do these rods have arp bolts?
I just purchased these rods. I'm going to be running a hundred fifty shot of nitrous what kind of clearance do I want for my piston pin?
Are these floating wrist pins or pressed pins
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