also true... it'd be like running a panda setup nowWhy even bother when you can get a full rod and piston set for $375? By the time you bought the bushing then paid the machine shop to cut them down, you just about paid for p2p0 rods that will support double the hp.
Probably SOL as the honda scene for the old Dseries engines are almost 2 decades old.
Im sure Bseries are still around from japan and probably still a few floating around..
but both were as abundant as they were 10-15yrs ago.
Id try Laskey racing or speedfactory and see where they can point ya
Why even bother when you can get a full rod and piston set for $375? By the time you bought the bushing then paid the machine shop to cut them down, you just about paid for p2p0 rods that will support double the hp.
Yea, I was checking them out too....but I have easy access to those LS Rods and machining is cheap where I live.also true... it'd be like running a panda setup now
(now there's an oldschool OE rotating assembly frankenstein )
Thats what Im thinking at this point....so you want to take a risk on oem rods that are modified to work for about the same cost as drop in rods that only need to be inspected and perhaps weight-matched within a few grams at a machine shop?
the LS rod shit is only good if you already have the rods, and are guaranteed straight and undamaged.
Never take unnecessary chances with the engine. saving a few bucks can turn into a new motor real quick unfortunately
Yea, I'd like the dimensions....I got in contact with Crower and they told me that if I could supply the dimensions, they could supply me.If you can do the machine work, I can give you the dimensions.
LS rods will give you a much lighter rotating assembly-some of us care about laws of physics
This.....I don't have massive power goals in mind...so I wanted a simple, cost effective 250 whp build.Because we wanna run stock piston options with stronger rods