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    Scat Rods

    Any of you guys using the Pro Lite Scat Rods ? I am thinking about purchasing a set for a 496 project I am doing. Will be a 700-750hp motor.

    Before someone says it "you get what you pay for" I know this but on a budget trying to slap 3 motors together, 1 down 2 to go.
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    Hey, if you're only gonna slap it together, go for it. Besides, you'll have two other engines as back-ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabbc
    Hey, if you're only gonna slap it together, go for it. Besides, you'll have two other engines as back-ups.
    I'd like it to last if it does get used. Last thing I want is to lend it to a buddy to use and it breaks.
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    Are you talking about the Pro style, I beam rod with the 7/16 cap screw, that looks like a lunati Pro-mod rod? If so, those are decent for the money, and will hold up to your planned power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pwmax
    Are you talking about the Pro style, I beam rod with the 7/16 cap screw, that looks like a lunati Pro-mod rod? If so, those are decent for the money, and will hold up to your planned power.

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    I am, thanks Frank
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    They are called scat 60 i beam rods with 7/16 caps screws and are rated 750-800hp....i have a set in my sbc 383 and look great and tolerances were all in spect....i am happy with them

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    Re: Scat Rods

    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    Any of you guys using the Pro Lite Scat Rods ? I am thinking about purchasing a set for a 496 project I am doing. Will be a 700-750hp motor.

    Before someone says it "you get what you pay for" I know this but on a budget trying to slap 3 motors together, 1 down 2 to go.
    The scat pro comp rods 2-icr6385-7/16 we have customers running them in 1100 horsepower engines. These are an awsome rod for the money.
    Competition Engines & Hardcore Engine Parts
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