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Old 12-17-2011, 08:36 PM
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Just to clarify, this indicates PMR's right? In my book this means its time to upgrade. That being said, any of y'all know a reputable place to get some cryoed forged rods? While I'm at it I figure I might as well through in some new pistons, some feedback on those would be helpful as well!!!

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Just to clarify, this indicates PMR's right? In my book this means its time to upgrade. That being said, any of y'all know a reputable place to get some cryoed forged rods? While I'm at it I figure I might as well through in some new pistons, some feedback on those would be helpful as well!!!

Thanks in advance guys!
No pic. there. Anything after early 2000 models are PMR's.
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You have an it so it shouldn't come as a surprise. I would just find a forge rod donor engine
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yeah I pretty much knew being an 02 there no chance of having a forged motor, but you never know. Anyway I would feel more comfortable buying new rods. I'm not trying to get crazy, I just want some stock rods that are cryoed that I can stack up to 450hp on. I realize there are cheeper alternatives to buying new ones, but I've always been weary about putting used parts in stuff.

So if anyone knows where I can get a set of forged and treated rods it would be spectacular!
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Im making more than that on pmr
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Cryo'd Ford forged connecting rods: Riffraff Diesel: Ford Forged Cryo'd Connecting Rods
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What does it take to put forged rods into a motor?


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