Tomei_4AG_H-Beam_Connecting_Rods

Big Power leads to larger stressing matters when the compression forces that the pistons receive get much higher. The conrod then plays a vital role to keep it all connected with the crankshaft. So in effect, the conrod should become one with the piston to help drive the crankshaft with a smooth fluid motion. Reliability at high engine speeds plays key factors when the balance of inertial gravity comes into play. The weights of the connecting rods are also important when engine response is looked at during the engines characteristics for the build. Our connecting rods are designed with the key targets of balance, weight reduction, strength and reliability in mind.

 

SPECIFICATIONS – CONNECTING ROD

CENTERLINE (mm): 122

LARGE END DIA x THICKNESS (mm): ?45 x 21.85

SMALL END DIA x THICKNESS (mm): ?20 x 21.85

MATERIAL: SNCM439

 

SPECIFICATIONS – CONNECTING ROD BOLTS

THREAD: 3/8-24

BOLT LENGTH (mm): 40

 

SPECIFICATIONS – CONROD BEARINGS (Not included)

INNER DIA. (mm): ?42

BEARING WIDTH (mm): 17.2

 

PART NUMBER: 125007

MSRP $680.00 (USD)

 

For more information visit www.tomeiusa.com

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