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Old 09-10-2021, 10:46 PM   #8
snow_bound26
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Originally Posted by sebastian323 View Post
I could potentially do rods and keep the stock pistons for more reliability. i take it the bearings fail due to oil starvation and not excessive load ?


Either can cause bearing failure. One just takes longer than the other.

To change the rods you have to split the block. Not worth it unless you're doing a full rebuild anyway given the labor costs. Point was more you don't need to do anything for the power goals your aiming for.
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