Manley Performance Forged Connecting Rods - Subaru WRX 2002-2005 / STi 2004+
Manufacturer Part # 14416-4
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $1,677.60
Remember that one time when you got your first turbocharged car? Turn the boost up they said, get a bigger turbo they said, it’s okay to run on pump gas they said.Well your rods will eventually disagree and stretch. The Manley Pro Series I-Beam Rods have been forged from 4340, and have been heat treated, stress relieved, shot peened, and 100% individually mangafluxed to provide you the strength needed on your next high performance build. These rods can handle up to 1000+ horsepower when combined with the right kind of hardware. The Pro Series I-Beam is one of Manley’s strongest connecting rods from their offering.
If you’re rebuilding an engine, make sure that the Manley Connecting Rods is a part of the blue print.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: machining? agsavino86518 9 months agoAnswer
what machining is required for these rods?
A: That seems to be a typo on our site. These are OEM length so no machining is required for the rods. However, you will need to get your cylinder walls machined and honed to the piston that you decide to go with.
Tyler G. 9 months ago
Q: Small end bearings Tanner K. 2 years agoAnswer
Is it possible to get the small end bearings separate for these rods? (Piston pin bearing) Ive tried looking for them but no luck.
A: This is not a possibility, reason being is that the bearing is a part of the actual connecting rod.
Jared A. 2 years ago