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Old 07 Nov 2011, 11:31 am
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Default should I have a connecting rod fixed in a 2007 Honda Civic or replace the engine ?

should I have a connecting rod fixed in a 2007 Honda Civic or replace the engine ?
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Old 07 Nov 2011, 12:16 pm
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Why repair or replace with stock rods the time you can upgrade? You can simply order a connecting rods, pistons, gasket and bolts set and have a much faster and reliable engine. Of course final result is depended on your engineer's work and expertise.















Pistons Ideas: Wiseco, CP, Wossner, JE, Cossworth















Connecting Rods Ideas: CP Carilo, Brian Crower, Pawter Rods, Eagle Rods















Gaskets: HKS, Greddy, Cometic















Bolts: ARP for sure
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