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Old 07-29-2021, 04:55 PM   #5
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Location: Goldhill, Oregon

Originally Posted by dl242gt View Post
The issue with the stock rods is that they are heavier than the aftermarket maxspeeding rods. So while the stock rods will take the power they aren't adding to the performance of the engine. Shot peeing works very well to strengthen stock rods and it would be a good process if you don't want to spend the money on the aftermarket ones. Personally, I would prefer to save the weight if you can.
Thanks man! I really appreciate your input. Iíve got a lot of questions, regarding small odds and ends like that. Iím rebuilding the motor, so I figured I might as well throw the maxspeedingrods and pistons in. Itís only going to help me out anyways!
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