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Old 05-09-2003, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default Max Boost Levels for Crower Econo Billet & Eagle I-Beam Rods

I am looking to put together a solid D16 that can put out atleast 200WHP. Just checking to see if anyone has any experience with either the Crower or Eagle H beam rods. I want to be safe, but am not sure if the Crower I beam rods are really needed. Feedback is definately needed.
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Default Re: Max Boost Levels for Crower Econo Billet & Eagle I-Beam Rods (KamikazeSol)

If I were you I would put LS rods in for a fraction of the crower economy rods for the same strengh.

But then again, for the price, you can't beat eagle, and I think most guy's have had good experience with them.
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Default Re: Max Boost Levels for Crower Econo Billet & Eagle I-Beam Rods (Hybrid)

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If I were you I would put LS rods in for a fraction of the crower economy rods for the same strengh.

But then again, for the price, you can't beat eagle, and I think most guy's have had good experience with them.
Actually how high were you planning to rev till? Cause Ls rods are known to have the weakest rod bolts and are the worst set of rods in the honda line up. My motto is your gonna want to open up the block as little as possible so get it right the first time.....that is unless you are a big baller and have the cash to back it up. Go with the Eagles the econo billets are made in china just like eagles. The crower billets are made here in-house so you get better quality. Thats why you pay $640.00 instead of $350.00 Click the image to open in full size.
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Default Re: Max Boost Levels for Crower Econo Billet & Eagle I-Beam Rods (Drkaccrd)

with 200 whp go with the Eagles.
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