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Old 26-12-2010, 15:18   #61
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Very interesting thread this.
Although I was told the Manley H beams were good for 750bhp on the X
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Old 27-12-2010, 02:42   #62
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Very interesting thread this.
Although I was told the Manley H beams were good for 750bhp on the X
I wouldnt.....
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Old 02-01-2011, 07:14   #63
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From JohnBradley:

Stock = 695 grams

Aluminum:
GRP = 470 grams
Map = 470-480 grams
Groden = 490 grams
R&R = 500 grams

All other material:
Crower titanium = 410 grams
Carrillo = 520 grams
Engine pro = 557 gram
Manley H beam = 573 grams
Eagle = 575 grams
Oliver = 605 grams
Pauter lightweight = 610 grams
Crower = 612 grams
Scat = 640 grams
Map billet rods = 652 grams
Pauter = 685 grams
Manley I beam = 690 grams

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From JohnBradley:

Stock = 695 grams

Aluminum:
GRP = 470 grams
Map = 470-480 grams
Groden = 490 grams
R&R = 500 grams

All other material:
Crower titanium = 410 grams
Carrillo = 520 grams
Engine pro = 557 gram
Manley H beam = 573 grams
Eagle = 575 grams
Oliver = 605 grams
Pauter lightweight = 610 grams
Crower = 612 grams
Scat = 640 grams
Map billet rods = 652 grams
Pauter = 685 grams
Manley I beam = 690 grams

Thanks but there is no lengths there?
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Old 02-01-2011, 10:43   #65
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They are all related to std 150 mm rods......
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Old 02-01-2011, 11:47   #66
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They are all related to std 150 mm rods......
Check my earlier post, I went and weighed the rods I had in stock, thats what they weigh.
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I've seen your post, weights listed by Skynight are taken from a thread on evolutionm, http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-eng...rokers-15.html , and are declared to be related to 150 mm lenght, but some discrepancies are possible, i assume.....
As personal contribution to this thread i can tell that, from a quote received from Crower ( not Brian Crower ), their 156 mm titanium are 436 gr each, hope it can help.....
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I don't give a **** what the yanks say, I weighed the rods, that is what they weigh, if you want, come to my warehouse and watch me.
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I don't give a **** what the yanks say, I weighed the rods, that is what they weigh, if you want, come to my warehouse and watch me.
Easy tiger. Dont want you having a coronary
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I don't give a **** what the yanks say, I weighed the rods, that is what they weigh, if you want, come to my warehouse and watch me.
You gotta stop lying Gav .... ... falling on deaf ears ....

Its also worth bearing in mind the end weights too not just the overall guys. Its a bit like a wheel weight where one might have a heavy rim and the other a light rim but overall be the same, i know which wheel i would choose! Think about the travel of a rod.

And don't buy just based on weight, some brands are junk for a big build and others aren't, the likes of Gav will know what breaks and what doesn't.
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Yep, weight above the parting line is more useful info.
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Well, we take the time to go and weigh the things, then we get argued with. I'm off to have a brandy and Vimto.
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I'm off to have a brandy and Vimto Leonard.
I'll take a Babycham please
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I don't give a **** what the yanks say, I weighed the rods, that is what they weigh, if you want, come to my warehouse and watch me.
No problem at all, i'm sure you weighed the rods....
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