rods have had great success in drag racing.We are
currently looking for other applications such as drag and
ovalracing boats, pulling trucks and tractors, mud racers
and motorcyclesto take advantage of our products light weight
and shock absorbing qualities.
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A heavyweight rod developed for S+S Automotive's blown small block
Top Alcohol dragster.
This rod is a middleweight design for heavy-duty applications.
It is a lighter version of the Pro 2100
Following a new trend to reduce reciprocating weight, our latest rod
is designed around the smaller 1.888” crank journal, using a Honda or
Quad 4 Olds bearing. The rod features a smaller profile to make it the
lightest you will find. .
Any reasonable length
This is a lightweight rod designed specifically to fit a 2.000” crank journal.
It is similar to the SB 1000, the difference being a narrower bolt spacing.
This makes the rod lighter while keeping the same strength
||GRP Connecting Rods are used
by over half of the NHRA Pro Stock
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This rod is similar to the PRO 2000 but weighs 10 grams less. Used by
Dick Maskin in his 1998 engine program.
Our Big Block heavy duty rod, used by Shannon jenkins and Brad Jeter
with their Fulton Race Engine powered IHRA Pro Mods.
This is the lightest Pro Stock rod on the market. It can also be used for
small block applications with a .990” wrist pin.
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These Hemi-style rods are designed for naturally aspirated, nitrous
and light blown applications.
The latest version tailored to the Federal Mogul blown alcohol classes.
Our latest version for Top Fuel. The 3400 have pin widths up to 1.400”,
and the 3500 up to 1.600”.
Our original Big Block with a wide range of applications including nitrous..
This rod is thicker in the beam pocket, which makes it excellent for long
rod nitrous applications.
Standard Big Block rod with a bulbed pin end to allow for a larger wrist pin..
Pro Mod rod with a bulbed pin end and a thicker pocket in the beam.
Used by Gene Fulton, Charlie Buck, Mike Moran, and Pat Musi in their
world champion and record setting engines.
Any reasonable length
Pro Mod rod with an oversized bulbed pin end for use with a 1.094” pin.
Due to the rising cost of titanium, we no longer use this material for manufacturing our rods.