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Old 06-25-2009, 02:43 PM
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Eagle "ESP" Rotating Assy..

Just looking for some thoughts on this..... thanks in advance...

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The eagle stuff is not too bad from what I have read. There have been some issues with the connecting rods not being within proper specs for pin diameter size wise but othern then that they are pretty good for a decent street build. Also if you want go with scat they run about the same price and I have used two rotating assemblies from them and they are excellent and the rods you get from them are 4340 not 5140 and are stronger.
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I have used both eagle and scat rods and cranks. I personally only use eagles "H" beam rod. Everything else i buy scat.

I have never broken any of the eagle cranks or rods, but the quality issue they can have makes it not worth me buying from them anymore.


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