Connecting Rods For Nissan Skyline R32 / R33 / R34 2.5L RB25DET 2.6L RB26DETT 121.5mm

Product Code: CRRB26121.5
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  For Nissan Skyline R32 / R33 / R34 2.5L RB25DET & 2.6L RB26DETT H-Beam Connecting Rod

 Type Forged 4340 EN24 Aircraft Chrome Moly Steel H-Beam Connecting Rod
 Quantity 6 Pieces as showing in picture 
 Bolts Including Genuine ARP 2000 bolts
 Bolts size ARP 2000 3/8" bolts
 Lubricants Without ARP Ultra Torque Assembly Lubricants
 Tolerance Balanced to +/- 1 gram in set
 Note Extra cost for upgrading to ARP L19 bolts
 Warranty 1 year
 Center to center length 121.5mm
 Big end diameter 51mm
 Small end diameter 21mm
 Big end width xx
 Small end width xx


Key Feature

- Forged SAE 4340 Chrome Moly Steel for the highest strength and durability, dedicated for Racing

- Designed and processed by CNC machine.

- All big and small ends are finished with SUNNEN honing machine

- Precision alignment sleeves positively locate the rod cap, maintaining big end bore size and eliminating cap walk

- 100% X-rayed, sonic tested and magnafluxed

- Multi-stage heat treated

- Shot peened to relieve stress

- Come with the bronzed bushing suitable for the floating piston pin


For Nissan SkylineR32 / R33 / R341988-20022.5L RB25DET / 2.6L RB26DETT

Car History

The For Nissan Skyline is a line of compact cars, sports cars and compact executive cars originally produced by the Prince

Motor Company starting in 1955, and then by For Nissan after the two companies merged in 1966. 

The R32 Skyline debuted in May 1989. It was available as either a 2-door coupe or 4-door hardtop sedan, all other bodystyles

were dropped. The R32 featured several versions of the RB-series straight-6 engines, which had improved heads and used

the ECCS injection system.

The R33 Skyline was introduced in August 1993. Slightly heavier than the R32, it is available in coupe and sedan bodystyles.

All models now used a 6-cylinder engine. For Nissan took the unusual step of down-grading the GTS model to have only the

RB20E, while the twin-cam of the R32 GTS was discontinued along with the 2.0 L turbo RB20DET.

In May 1998, the R34 marked the introduction of the more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly RB25DET NEO engine.

The RB20E engine was discontinued in the R34 base model, and the RB20DE, after last being used in the R32 Skyline, was

reintroduced in updated NEO guise. The R34 GT powered by the RB20DE NEO, coupled with a five-speed gearbox, became

the most fuel-efficient straight-six Skyline to date.


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