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    New Molnar Technologies Connecting Rods for the Yamaha 1800cc engine now available

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2154



    Molnar Technologies Connecting Rod Set (Set of 4)


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    • Model: Molnar rod set
    • Manufactured by: Molnar Technologies
    $690.00

    Molnar Technologies 4340 Billet H-Beam Yamaha SHO Connecting Rods.
    Tom Molnar has been involved with the design and manufacture of high performance and racing engine connecting rods for over 30 years. Using the latest technologies Molnar continues to advance the state of the art in high performance connecting rods.
    Molnar Technologies H-Beam Connecting Rods are made from 4340 billet material, heat treated to increase tensile strength, are shot peened to increase fatigue life, fully machined on all surfaces, and are a size 4 on yamahas factory sizing chart. All rods have a wear resistant bronze bushing for long wrist pin life and feature ARP fasteners. All Molnar Technologies connecting rods are finished here in the US at our factory near Grand Rapids Michigan. Sizes are held +/- .0001" which is the tightest tolerance you will find in the racing industry.
    100% mag particle inspected, bushed for a full floating wrist pin, housing bore is finished to +/- .000050" (50 millionths). These rods also include our proprietary ARP2000 rod bolts made by ARP.


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    Re: New MolnarTechnologies Connecting Rods for the Yamaha 1800cc engine now available

    Looked into them, basically the k1 rods. Tom Molnar used to be a part of k1. Thanks for adding them to the store, just shaved 400 bucks off my possible rebuild. Good for rec riders who aren't playing with massive boost and want to keep costs down.

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    Yes you are exactly right Doug, except for the fact these are a full race rod, not just a rec ski rod. The K1 and these are virtually the same rod, just a different name. Tom engineered both the K1 and these. Tom started his own business after 30 years of working for all the other big name hi performance connecting rod companies.
    I use these in my 94.5 mph superstock engine with 26 pounds of boost on E85 at 9500 rpm. Jims performance and JD1 also, along with several others. JD1's 10,000 + rpm turbocharged unlimited class hydrodrag winning engine has these in it.
    Top quality full race connecting rods at an affordable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossnemo View Post
    Yes you are exactly right Doug, except for the fact these are a full race rod, not just a rec ski rod. The K1 and these are virtually the same rod, just a different name. Tom engineered both the K1 and these. Tom started his own business after 30 years of working for all the other big name hi performance connecting rod companies.
    I use these in my 94.5 mph superstock engine with 26 pounds of boost on E85 at 9500 rpm. Jims performance and JD1 also, along with several others. JD1's 10,000 + rpm turbocharged unlimited class hydrodrag winning engine has these in it.
    Top quality full race connecting rods at an affordable price.
    Nice to know! Thx Ross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2154



    Molnar Technologies Connecting Rod Set (Set of 4)


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    • Model: Molnar rod set
    • Manufactured by: Molnar Technologies
    $690.00

    Molnar Technologies 4340 Billet H-Beam Yamaha SHO Connecting Rods.
    Tom Molnar has been involved with the design and manufacture of high performance and racing engine connecting rods for over 30 years. Using the latest technologies Molnar continues to advance the state of the art in high performance connecting rods.
    Molnar Technologies H-Beam Connecting Rods are made from 4340 billet material, heat treated to increase tensile strength, are shot peened to increase fatigue life, fully machined on all surfaces, and are a size 4 on yamahas factory sizing chart. All rods have a wear resistant bronze bushing for long wrist pin life and feature ARP fasteners. All Molnar Technologies connecting rods are finished here in the US at our factory near Grand Rapids Michigan. Sizes are held +/- .0001" which is the tightest tolerance you will find in the racing industry.
    100% mag particle inspected, bushed for a full floating wrist pin, housing bore is finished to +/- .000050" (50 millionths). These rods also include our proprietary ARP2000 rod bolts made by ARP.
    how much do they weigh compaired to carillo and stock

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    Same as Carillos, 10 grams lighter than stock.

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    Good info Ross!

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