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Thread: LB7 connecting rods to LML?

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    Question LB7 connecting rods to LML?

    Are the LML rods non fractured?, is this a good way to go? Thanks, newbie here.

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    I guess first I'd look to understand your goals? To me using any factory connecting rod is an incremental (minor) step up and if you want to make something truly durable I would look to aftermarket like Carillo for rods and be done with it.

    Personally, I'd suggest sticking to the 500 HP range, use this power level sparingly, and keep the bottom end stock because the next step cost $10's of thousands.
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