Connecting Rod Conrods for JDM Honda Civic CRX D16 D16A D16Y7 D16Y8 D16Z6 ARP2000 Bolts

  • * H-Beam con rods fit for JDM for Honda Civic CRX D16 ZC SOHC VTEC D Series
  • * Advertised Horsepower Rating: 600~800HP
  • * Material: Forged 4340 aircraft chrome moly quality steel
  • * Dimensions: Center to center length: 137mm; Big end diameter: 48mm; Small end diameter: 19mm ( tapered small end); Big end width: 22.8mm; Small end width: 18.2mm
  • * Package Contents: 4 Pieces of H-Beam Connecting Rods; 8 Pieces of ARP 2000 3/8" Bolts (Note: Extra cost for upgrading to ARP L19 bolts)
  • * TüV Certification Con Rods
  • * Advertised RPM Rating: 7000-9000 rpm
  • * Fastener Tensile Strength (psi):200,000 - 230,000 psi
  • * Balanced to within +/- 1 gram per end
  • * The big end bores are honed to a +/-.01mm tolerance
  • * Heat-treating & Shot-peened for remained consistent and strong
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Overview

The connecting rod, also known as the con rod, is the part of the piston engine that connects the piston to the crankshaft.The connecting rod and the crank convert the reciprocating motion of the piston to the rotation of the crankshaft.The connecting rod needs to transfer compression force and tension from the piston and rotate at both ends.

This connecting rod is guaranteed to fit for JDM Honda Civic CRX D16 D16A D16Y7 D16Y8 D16Z6.This is a brand new connecting rod replacement and is the perfect OEM & aftermarket connecting rod.

The high strain of the connecting rod due to tension, pressure and torsion requires the connecting rod to be designed with high strength and low weight. With the high-quality product range from Maxpeedingrods, you are always on the safe side.

Application

For JDM for Honda Civic CRX D16 ZC SOHC VTEC D Series

1986–89 for Acura Integra (USA)

1986–89 for Acura Integra (Australia)

1988–1991 for Honda Civic Si, CRX Si

1990-1991 for Civic EX (4dr), Civic Wagon RT4WD

1988–1991 for Civic GTi in New Zealand

1988–1989 for Civic models in Europe (ED4, ED7)

1995 for Civic models in New Zealand (EG4)

1988–1995 for Models in South Africa

1998–2000 for Honda Civic GX

1996–2000 for Honda Civic HX

1996 for Honda Civic EX (sedan Peruvian version)

1996–2000 for Honda Civic VTI

1992–1995 for Honda Civic Si

1992–1995 for Honda Civic EX, EX-V

1992–1995 for Honda Civic ESi (European Market)

1993–1995 for Honda Del Sol Si (US)

1993–1996 for Honda Del Sol ESi (European)

1992-1995 for Honda Civic RTSi

1996–2000 for Honda Civic EX Coupé

1991–1993 for Honda Civic Ferio EJ3 (For JDM)

1992–1995 for Honda Civic EJ1 (For JDM)

1992–1995 for Honda Domani MA4 (For JDM)

1993-1997 for Honda del Sol (Si)

Please be kindly reminded that you may need to notch the block when fit to D16Y7, D16Y8, D16Z6 engines. Please consider this before purchasing.

Specification

TÜV Certification Con Rods

Type: Forged 4340 aircraft chrome moly quality steel for racing

H-beam Conrods Quantity: 4 Pieces a set

Bolts: Including Genuine ARP 2000 bolts

Note: Extra cost for upgrading to ARP L19 bolts

Bolts Size: ARP 2000 3/8" bolts

Tolerance: Balanced to +/- 1 gram in set

Piston Bolt Hole: +-4/1000mm

Power: 600hp ~ 800PS per set

Strength of the fastening (PSI): 220,000/230,000 PSI Torque: 48ft ≈ 65 NM

Top acceleration: 9000rpm

warranty: 2 years warranty for any manufacturing defect

Dimensions

Center to center length: 137mm

Big end diameter: 48mm

Small end diameter: 19mm

Big end width: 22.8mm

Small end width: 18.2mm 

(Note: Please confirm the dimensions before purchase the connecting Rods)

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

Note

- Please be kindly reminded that you may need to notch the block when fit to D16Y7, D16Y8, D16Z6 engines. Please consider this before purchasing.

- Professional installation is highly recommended (No Instruction Included)

- Custom Service: If there's no conrods you need on our site, we would be happy to help determine your requirements and develop a solution with you to satisfy your needs.

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How to Notch Your Block to Support Forged Rods

Editor’s Note: In today’s video, our friend and partner James Moore is going to show you how to notch your block to hold MaXpeetingRods’s forged rods.

With this video step by step video you can do it yourself. Not only in this D16Z6 engine but also in many other engines such as D16Y7, D16Y8 engines where the block is need to notch like here. And you’re going to save almost 600 dollars if such a mechanic task.

Step 1: Take the main girdle off.

Step 2: Mark on the inside with a sharpie to show about how much materials we’ll need taken off of each cylinder. 

Step 3: Knock some of the material off. Moving the carbide bit in a motion and not stopping in one specific spot, because this will cut real deep in that one spot. Just keep it moving while you do it.

Step 4: Before put the crankshaft, bolts, and the connecting rods in to make sure that there’s plenty of clearance. The best way it’s to get the engine block hot tanked.

Step 5: Pressure wash this engine and dry it. We don’t want any of metal shavings circulating the engine so pressure wash this engine outside very thoroughly to make sure there’s no metal shavings.

Step 6: Take these caps off from the rods. Note that each rods is numbered. The reason for that is is so you don’t get the wrong cap on the wrong rod. They’re machined for each rod so make sure to put those on where they come off.

Step 7: Wearing gloves and put them(rods and pistons) on the crankshaft and put them into the cylinder to make sure you have clearance. Verify that there’s nothing hitting.

Step 8: Throw the main girdle on and torque this down.

Step 9: Verify that the bolt touch the main girdle/main cap so the inside on all four cylinders will have to be notched. (The weights are holding the main girdle from moving)

Step 10: Get the main girdle notched cleaned out, all the rods, pistons and everything installed. You can see the corresponding connecting rod cap matches to the corresponding rod and nothing’s hitting.