Over the years, we’ve gotten asked numerous times about connecting rod length and the impact that has on an engine’s horsepower and durability. As it turns out, this question is often overthought. It’s not so much the connecting rod length that matters as much as it is the correct piston pin height. The connecting rod
Next time you have set of large journal small block Chevy connecting rods to resize, consider honing the big ends of them for a +.002” outside diameter bearing that the LS engines with fracture cap rods use.
Drew Carter is one of those guys who just won’t let the 5.9L VP44 die out! With this build, he’s another guy who has shown that it still has some staying power in the diesel racing world. Check it out!
As a leading manufacturer of performance components for the automotive and powersports markets, Race Winning Brands (RWB) is proud to announce a new member of its dedicated team to further support customers and racers with the addition of Ross Clark in a Technical Sales role, focused on the MGP Connecting Rods brand with supplementary support
Competing in the High 5 class at the 2022 Builder’s Brawl, Kyle Needham and his 1979 Camaro were relying on a 434 cid small block Chevy nitrous engine to help get the win. Check out the details of this build!
This drop-in beehive spring for LS engines provides similar loads and lift capabilities of many 660 lift dual springs, while saving around 30 grams per valve.
The familiar blue powdercoated tester is made from quality cast-aluminum construction making it rugged enough for everyday use.
Brian Tom’s 05′ Silverado “Goldilocks” is powered by a 6.6L LLY Duramax that makes around 1,100 horsepower on nitrous, it’s our Diesel of the Week. Check it out!
The kits, intended for budget build engines, come complete and ready to install with rings, pins and clips.