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Old 07-11-2006, 01:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Reno / Forenza uprated conrods

Yes...these are now for sale as I got the steel rods.
SPECS
- brand new C20LET / C20XE rods (nearly impossible to find)
- debeamed and polished
- professionally balanced to 677 grams each (copy of invoice available upon reqest)
- big end resized (copy of invoice available upon reqest)
- come with ARP Pro-Wave 2000 bolts
These connecting rods will take 300-320hp, and 7200rpm (at least thats when they fail without upgrades)
They are perfect for turbo or high compression application. it is said they raise compression by 0.2 (8.2:1 from 8:1, for example).
Fitment: C20 series (2.0 8V turbo and N/A), 2.0 16V models (Nubira / Reno / Forenza)

Photos are here: Daewootech.com :: View topic - F/S: Modified C20LET / C20XE connecting rods

Asking US $330 shipped within continental US. For PR, add $45 (express only). For Canada, deduct $15.
PayPal only please.
Tom
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They are perfect for turbo or high compression application. it is said they raise compression by 0.2 (8.2:1 from 8:1, for example).
Since they raise compression, would that mean more hp? Also since they are probably lighter and better balanced (or whatever you had done to them).

For anyone intrested in tunning there engine alot in the future or now I'd jump on these now.
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