Eagle H-beam Connecting Rods

Price:   $340.00

All Eagle "ESP" Connecting Rods are manufactured from a TWO-PIECE FORGING. The forging process forces the grain into the shape of a connecting rod, resulting in a superior fatigue life. The rod cap is forged separately so that the grain runs perpendicular to the load forces, which strengthens the connecting rod. Many aftermarket connecting rods are manufactured from 4340 steel. 4340 specs allow a range of different materials to achieve the desired results. Although it is a more expensive process, all Eagle "ESP" 3-D connecting rods also include higher content of nickel & chrome, which increases the strength & fatigue life without making the connecting rod brittle.

What makes an Eagle Rod better than the rest? Lets start with the basics. All Eagle rods are Heat treated, 100% stress relieved from end to end. The 4340 steel torture does not end their. They are then sonic and X-Ray tested while being fully magnafluxed. Every Eagle Rod is then weighed to be with in spec of a matched set and all measurements are triple checked for guranteed first time fitment!

3/8"" ARP 2000 Rod Bolts are used in all Eagle Rods for the 4G63.

CRS5900MA3D
6 Bolt Models Fit 1990-1992 DSM 4G63's:
Rod Length 6 Bolt - 5.900"
1.771 6 Bolt Crank Pin
.826" 6 Bolt Piston Pin
1.117" 6 Bolt Big End Width
Average Gram Weight - 575 Grams for 6 Bolt Rods

CRS5900MB3D
7 Bolt Models Fit 1993-1999 DSM 4G63's:
Rod Length 7 Bolt - 5.900"
1.771 7 Bolt Crank Pin
.866" 7 Bolt Piston Pin
1.038" 7 Bolt Big End Width
Average Gram Weight - 550 Grams for 7 Bolt Rods

CRS5900MC3D
6 Bolt Models Fit 1990-1992 DSM 4G63's with 22mm (.866") piston pin:
Rod Length 6 Bolt - 5.900"
1.771 6 Bolt Crank Pin
.866" 7 Bolt Piston Pin
1.117" 6 Bolt Big End Width
Average Gram Weight - 575 Grams for 6 Bolt Rods

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  • Model: ESP CRS 5900M_3D
  • Shipping Weight: 10lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Eagle Specialty Products




This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 November, 2007.