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    New Product From Riva Racing

    Carrillo Connecting Rods for the 250/260x

    More info: http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...necting%20Rods
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    D A Y U M....it's getting more and more expensive to play hard and go fast!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooah_Killer View Post
    D A Y U M....it's getting more and more expensive to play hard and go fast!!
    Dont even consider these if you are a rec rider / bouy racer and not in the big HP bracket

    they aren't going to give you any performance gain.

    Yes they will help the top end of town boy's build engines that last, when STD rod failures become a problem.

    Thats the joy's building big HP reliable engines, you need good quality internals to make the engines last and they will cost money $$$$$$$

    Waz

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    Dont even consider these if you are a rec rider / bouy racer and not in the big HP bracket

    they aren't going to give you any performance gain.

    Yes they will help the top end of town boy's build engines that last, when STD rod failures become a problem.

    Thats the joy's building big HP reliable engines, you need good quality internals to make the engines last and they will cost money $$$$$$$

    Waz
    Yes I know this, I wouldn't get these unless I were buying one of the turbo/ecu mods......like I said go fast = big money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooah_Killer View Post
    Yes I know this, I wouldn't get these unless I were buying one of the turbo/ecu mods......like I said go fast = big money
    I always say if it's got a pair of boob's or needs petrol it will cost lots of $$$$$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    I always say if it's got a pair of boob's or needs petrol it will cost lots of $$$$$$
    +1

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    +1 Indeed, maybe that's why boats are usually referenced in a feminine name as def you are most correct.

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    AHHH SHIET! Better update my race resume!

    10 grams less than stock. I believe the R&D pistons are +10 over stock...

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    just a heads up on these rods.. Carillo rods are very under-rated..

    They make these sets for Honda motors, and they run about $1200 dollars, but thats including the CARR bolts.. The CARR bolts are what makes these rods so expensive (for hondas).. I have personally seen these rods make over 1080hp on a 4cyl, 1.8 liter honda motor

    Is there anybody who knows if the Carillo's for the Ultra use CARR bolts? If they do, then they are worth the money, as they will take anything you can throw at them..

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