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ECONOMICAL "H" BEAM STEEL RODS - learn more about our connecting rods - learn more about our connecting rods
  • Manufactured from 4340 forgings
  • Heat treated, stress relieved, shot peened and 100% magnafluxed
  • Weight matched sets + 1.5 grams
  • Cap fasteners are 3/8" ARP 8740 or optional ARP 2000 with the H-Beams and 3/8" ARP 2000 come standard with the H-Tuff
  • Flywheel horsepower range for these rods is 700 HP (ARP 8740), 750+ HP (ARP 2000) for the H-Beams and 1,000+ HP for the H-Tuff.
 
ARP 8740
Part No.
ARP 2000
Part No.
Center-to Center Big End Bore Big End Width Pin End Width Pin Bore Gram Weight
  H-BEAM - 4.6 L Stock length w/ 22 mm pin
14042-8 14042R-8 5.933" 2.239" .940" .940" .8671" 615
  H-TUFF - 4.6 L Stock Length w/ 22mm pin
----- 15042R-8 5.933" 2.239" .940" .940" .8671" 670
 
Check out our H-Tuff Series Connecting Rods for Ford 4.6 Modular and 5.0L Coyote Flyer!
 
PRO SERIES "I" BEAM RODS - learn more about our connecting rods
Manley Pro Series connecting rods are forged from aircraft quality 4340 vacuum degassed material. Each rod is fully machined in the Manley Lakewood, NJ factory to the highest standards. Our signature "Pro Series Lightweight" design combines the appropriate weight and rugged strength for ultimate horsepower applications. Each rod is shot peened after machining and magnafluxed. Bores are held to exacting tolerances. Bend and twist is tightly controlled. Cap fasteners are ARP 2000 alloy cap screws.
Part No. Description Center-to Center Big End Bore Big End Width Pin End Width Pin Bore Avg. Gram Weight
  LIGHTWEIGHT
14318-8 Stock Length w/ 22mm pin 5.933" 2.239" .940" .940" .8671" 595
  STANDARD WEIGHT
14518-8 Stock Length w/ 22mm pin 5.933" 2.239" .940" .940" .8671" 685
Heavier beam for forced induction applications
  300M ALLOY
15318-8 Stock Length w/ 22mm pin 5.933" 2.239" .940" .940" .8671" 695
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