Scat 2-ICR5090 Pro Stock I Beam Connecting Rods, Ford 302
302 Ford Small Block V8, I-Beam Connecting Rod Type, Forged 4340 Steel Connecting Rod Material
SCAT Connecting Rods feature the same high-quality craftsmanship that has led them to the forefront of the performance industry. SCAT connecting rods are made from a 2-piece Chromoly steel forging to ensure maximum strength and durability. All of Scat's connecting rods are proudly precision machined and finished at Scat by master machinists, on state-of-the-art equipment.
- Pro Stock I-Beams
- 3/8" ARP Wave-loc bolts, 8740 bolt material
- Lightweight I-Beam design for increased strength and quicker RPMs
- Beefy construction in high-stress areas
- Matched set of eight (8)
- Rod Length - 5.090"
- Rod Journal - 2.123"
- Wrist Pin - 0.912"
- Big End Width - 0.830"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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