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Crower vs Eagle rods

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Old 11-16-2010, 07:47 PM   #1
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Hey guys im getting ready to start the turbo build on my car and i cant decide which rods would be better for the build. i already know pretty much every thing else im going to be using, but i want to know which forged steel rod would handle 400hp at the crank better. any opinions or suggestions would be great
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Eagles cant handle that. They're more for a budget build, 300-350 is fine, but im not sure about 400. Im not too sure what Crowers can handle, but if your trying to have 400+ then I would go with Scat or Carillo most def. Those are some great, high quality sets that can handle the high boost your looking for, and then some.
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scat and carrillo... havent looked into them yet, ill see what they got, thanks man
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brian crower can hold over 400hp thats what i have in my turbo build
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don't get crower and brian crower rods mixed up. Crower rods are built in house in san diego ca, they can handle a lot of power and are great quality. Brian Crower rods are chinese just like eagle rods.
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scat and carrillo... havent looked into them yet, ill see what they got, thanks man
i have scat and crower rods you can tell right away the scat rods can handle more abuse, scat rods have large threaded ARP rod bolts and the rod design looks a lot stronger, but crower has a bigger name in the buisiness, so your probably hear otherwise
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i have scat and crower rods you can tell right away the scat rods can handle more abuse, scat rods have large threaded ARP rod bolts and the rod design looks a lot stronger, but crower has a bigger name in the buisiness, so your probably hear otherwise
Crower rods also use ARP rods bolts. We can also custom build rods to your specs
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crower has their econo billet (fast times) rods on clearance on their website for 205, they are rated at 165hp per rod. i just bought a set

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wait what the fuc, this is from 2010? why did you bump this?
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crower has their econo billet (fast times) rods on clearance on their website for 205, they are rated at 165hp per rod. i just bought a set

I see the apparel catalog in the background... I designed that. I work at crower, I do the advertising
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Get Pauter or Carillo rods, They have some that handle 1000+ horsepower. I'll use Pauter in my future boost build.

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I would personally never use an eagle rod in a motor of mine but thats just my opinion. I have litterally seen an Eagle rod twist to s*** at 401whp in buddies del sol. I would go Crower, anything beyond that I would go Pauter or Carrillo, the only issue is Carrillos are super expensive, then again Pauters are $900 new lol.

FWIW I have Pauters in my turbo build
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I would personally never use an eagle rod in a motor of mine but thats just my opinion. I have litterally seen an Eagle rod twist to s*** at 401whp in buddies del sol. I would go Crower, anything beyond that I would go Pauter or Carrillo, the only issue is Carrillos are super expensive, then again Pauters are $900 new lol.

FWIW I have Pauters in my turbo build
well thats generally why H beams are a better choice if your on a budget, H beams tend to want to twist rather then snap in half, I beams like to do the snap and shoot through the block maneuver lol crower makes nice high hp 650+ forged I beam rods as well, but they are 780 a set.
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