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Hi Sidan, once you sit in Europe, those skunk2 website is continious failing, can not load it correctly because of their European automatic forwarding server/website...just curious, why do you want to stick on a aftermarket rod with stock pistons? The weak part in the game isn't the rod, it is the OEM piston, which is a casting with tight clearance at P2L and don't like to be heated up to much at higher revs. Are those damaged?

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Hi Sidan, once you sit in Europe, those skunk2 website is continious failing, can not load it correctly because of their European automatic forwarding server/website...just curious, why do you want to stick on a aftermarket rod with stock pistons? The weak part in the game isn't the rod, it is the OEM piston, which is a casting with tight clearance at P2L and don't like to be heated up to much at higher revs. Are those damaged?

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x2. I would also like to add that you consider the realistic goals of your vehicle and the pros .vs. cons of the parts you are putting together for it. The first thought about aftermarket rods are that they are "better" than stock, but in reality there are numerous people running amazing motors with stock rods.
 
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