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Old 01-12-2012, 03:31 PM   #21
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I forgot this thread was about the best bang for your buck..........oh, yea that's right, it's not.

Some info from Carrilo:

To counteract rod fatigue, Carrillo Industries uses a proprietary steel, manufactured and forged to their own custom specifications. After experimenting with virtually every other reasonable material, Carrillo Industries have found that a chromium / nickel / vanadium / molybdenum FORGED alloy to be the best product to meet their stringent requirements for strength and durability.

Carrillo Industries connecting rods are fully machined to guarantee the removal of all surface imperfections in the forging. After heat treatment, each connecting rod is 100% magnaflux inspected and hardness checked, then machined to final size. Each set of rods is balanced and then shot peened to achieve the ultimate in strength and fatigue properties. Carrillo leaves no stone unturned during the quality check process.

CP>>>>>>Supertech

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Sorry, but this thread is not about the best ---- ever made on Earth, it's about "What's your forged internal choice." If you were really concerned with "the best", you would not waste your time with a Miata engine and you'd have something form a Honda or an LSx. Spending $1300 on rods and $700 on pistons for a Miata engine because you'll never exceed the limits of the cheap stuff. There are just about zero failures on these China-rods because basically no one is exceeding 75hp per cylinder.
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Speaking of the best

Mazda bearings up in herrr bitch!!!!

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Old 01-12-2012, 04:00 PM   #23
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Why dont' you mount your coils under the manifold, above the turbo, so you can just get it over-with and melt them immediately? Also, how many birds live in there?
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Speaking of the best

Mazda bearings up in herrr bitch!!!!

Any reason you didnt just get your manifold coated? What piston/rod combo to turn that turbine?
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Hipster armband reservoir FTW
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Hipster armband reservoir FTW
Srsly, but no wrapping of the coolant/brake lines.....?
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That's the way Fae does things.
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Aww guyz.

Trackslurts say no brake line wrap newded. Coolant line is wrapped.

Mani is ceramic coated. And wrapped.

Huslterroid my couls are as cool there as cops are.

And yes i guarantee i have more wires and hoses than baltimore city police
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Wiesco, Carrillo like a bouce
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