You can think of it as a rod that will last over 500 whp (unlike the cheap H-beams) and won't cost an arm and a leg (Carillo and Cosworth) or weigh an arm and a leg (Pauter and Manley).
Trying to fit into the happy medium for the community.
I can't come close to touching the price of the cheap H-beam market as I can get them from the same Chinese foundry at $250-300 a set pending options (when purchased in 10 sets). These are billet 4340 rod and come standard with L19 rod bolts and oiling notches. They utilize my hybrid I-beam design as well.
So they resemble the rod below but have several dimensional differences, as this is a pic of a 300M long rod. This one weighs in at 537 grams, rated for 1200 hp and are 134.5mm in length. Spec'ed for 10,500 RPM with a 530 gram piston package.
or a couple sets of them and one old 4" bore 'full round' piston
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