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Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin
Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin

Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin

Chevy Small Block V8, I-Beam Connecting Rod Type, 5.700" Connecting Rod Length

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Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin
Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin
Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin
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Small Block Chevy 5140 Steel I-Beam Rods, 5.7 Inch, Bushed Pin
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MFG. Part #:
91015394
Connecting Rod Type:
I-Beam
Connecting Rod Length:
5.700"
Wrist Pin Style:
Floating
Wrist Pin Diameter:
0.927"
Rod Journal Diameter:
2.10"
Connecting Rod Bolt Diameter:
3/8"
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Weight:
Approx: 620 grams

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These 5140 forged steel claimer I-beam connecting rods for small block Chevys are heat treated, shot peened and magnafluxed for maximum durability. They are suitable for engines producing up to 500 HP. Features heavy duty 3/8" cap screws.

  • Torque Cap Screws to 50 ft./lbs.
  • Crank Pin:  2.100"
  • Wrist Pin:  .927"
  • Big End Width:  .940"

Set of 8.

Notes

Piston pin bushing may require honing to achieve required clearances.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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