Brian Crower Connecting Rods; Sportsman; w/ARP2000 Fasteners; Set of Four VOLKSWAGEN JETTA


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Part #: BC6709
Notes: Connecting Rods
Sportsman
w/ARP2000 Fasteners
Set of Four
MSRP: $487.49
Your Price: $419.24
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Part Number Price Notes & Specs
BC6708 $656.63 Notes Connecting Rods
BC625+ Series
w/ARP Custom Age 625+ Fasteners
Set of Four

All Fitments

AUDI
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
1997 - 2006 A4 ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
1997 - 2005 A4 QUATTRO ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
2000 - 2006 TT ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
2000 - 2006 TT QUATTRO ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
VOLKSWAGEN
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
1998 - 2005 BEETLE ALL L4 2.0 N ALL ALL
1999 - 2005 BEETLE ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
1995 - 2002 CABRIO ALL L4 2.0 N ALL ALL
1993 - 2006 GOLF ALL L4 2.0 N ALL ALL
2000 - 2006 GOLF ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
1993 - 2005 JETTA ALL L4 2.0 N ALL ALL
2000 - 2005 JETTA ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL
1995 - 1996 PASSAT ALL L4 2.0 N ALL ALL
1998 - 2005 PASSAT ALL L4 1.8 T ALL ALL

Product Description

Made from premium, 4340 steel billet material, Brian Crower connecting rods are available in two distinct styles depending on horsepower, budget and engine application, but both include the exclusive Brian Crower oiling groove in the pin bushing for added oiling.

The bROD Series is intended for moderate boost applications and all motor race applications where peak horsepower is not going to exceed 700 at the flywheel. Utilizes venerable ARP2000 fasteners.

The BC625+ Series rods are designed for high horsepower, high boost and extreme rpm applications where nothing but the best rod will do. Features include ARP’s premium Custom Age 625+ bolt rated to 280,000 p.s.i. for ultimate fastening capabilities as well as aluminum-bronze bushings to insure long, reliable service, no matter what the boost, nitrous or RPM.

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