Chevy LS Series
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.
Are these available in Stock stroke length?
are they offset or can they be used on left or right hand side?
Are these press fit or a floating connection?
can these rods be used in small block ford stoker set up thanks jerry
Are these real LS rods or rebranded SBC rods with the offset on the big end? Thanks Matt
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