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Callies U19135 Ultra XD Performance Connecting Rods
Callies U19135 Ultra XD Performance Connecting Rods

Callies U19135 Ultra XD Performance Connecting Rods

Chevy Small Block V8, .93" Wrist Pin Diameter

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U19135
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.93"
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Callies is pleased to introduce the Ultra XD connecting rod. This unique patent pending configuration is designed for additional cam to rod clearance in long stroke Small Block Chevy racing engines. In most cases, the XD rod will provide approximately .050″ more cam clearance than our conventional Ultras, and substantially more over many of our competitor’s rods.

Watch the video to get a better understanding on how these quality connecting rods will benefit you.

  • 2.100 pin 6" long
  • Additional cam to rod clearance in long stroke Small Block Chevy racing engines
  • .050″ more cam clearance than conventional Ultras
  • Set of 8 rods
  • Center to center lenght: 6"
  • Crank pin diameter: 2.125"
  • Wrist pin diameter: .93"
  • Rod crank end width: .95"
  • Weight: 643 grams
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