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Old 08-11-2013, 06:34 PM
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Best rods?

-Innovative has RCD rods for $3400
-SPE has corillo (sp?) rods for $3499
-crowder has rods for$3593.58

There is probably others I can't find. But which are best?
I'm leaning towards ordering the SPE stage 2 long block so when my 2014 gets in I'll swap the engine out and the build long block in nice and quick right away
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Old 08-12-2013, 06:34 AM
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-Innovative has RCD rods for $3400
-SPE has corillo (sp?) rods for $3499
-crowder has rods for$3593.58

There is probably others I can't find. But which are best?
I'm leaning towards ordering the SPE stage 2 long block so when my 2014 gets in I'll swap the engine out and the build long block in nice and quick right away
Not trying to sway you one way or the other but can tell you that the Crower's have MAJOR issues. Just ask the guys at Alligator or check out this thread- Why NOT to buy Crower Rods for your 6.7!!.

Also, keep in mind engines must also be balance once rods are installed.
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Old 08-12-2013, 11:14 AM
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Interesting read. Still seems SPE is the only way to go
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r and r RCD told me they had some good feedback on those.
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RCD is a good company to deal with. Their rods are also gauranteed
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Carrillo have always made the best IMO

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Not trying to sway you one way or the other but can tell you that the Crower's have MAJOR issues. Just ask the guys at Alligator or check out this thread- Why NOT to buy Crower Rods for your 6.7!!.

Also, keep in mind engines must also be balance once rods are installed.
Yep. Had a fresh engine destroyed. ended up machining reliefs into the rods to allow for the squirters
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