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Scat and Eagle both products of china.
not sure about howards

Either scat or eagle rods will work fine for a lot of applications.
wont comment about howards
all depends what your building though.......
 

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Scat and Eagle both products of china.
not sure about howards

Either scat or eagle rods will work fine for a lot of applications.
wont comment about howards
all depends what your building though.......
NEW PROYECT, NO TBIRD

TWIN TURBO 557

CRANK SCAT 4.500 WEIGTH STANDART OR Superlight Lightweight ?

RODS??

1500 HP

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i have the eagle SIR Hbeam rods on my 521 stroker. I really like the rods. But ive had experience with scat I beams but no issues with either. The eagle SIR Hbeam rods are only good for 850hp with the supplied 7/16" ARP moly cap screws... you can upgrade the rod bolts to stronger capscrews L-19 i think and the rods are good for 1000hp but ur way beyond that.

im saying that bc ur going twin turbo, and 1500 hp will require the most stout rods/crank u can find. I would look into forged or billet cranks from most companies like LUNATI, crower, etc. and same for the rods. u cant run a cast or lightweight crank with 1500 hp
 

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i have the eagle SIR Hbeam rods on my 521 stroker. I really like the rods. But ive had experience with scat I beams but no issues with either. The eagle SIR Hbeam rods are only good for 850hp with the supplied 7/16" ARP moly cap screws... you can upgrade the rod bolts to stronger capscrews L-19 i think and the rods are good for 1000hp but ur way beyond that.

im saying that bc ur going twin turbo, and 1500 hp will require the most stout rods/crank u can find. I would look into forged or billet cranks from most companies like LUNATI, crower, etc. and same for the rods. u cant run a cast or lightweight crank with 1500 hp
Blackbird is right, a forged or billet crankshaft and good rods are a must in this application as are forged pistons.:D
 
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