- Chevy LS Series 410CID
- For LS3
- LSA Engines
- 4.000" Stroke
- 6.125" Rod Length
- Sold as a Kit
- Brand : Eagle
- Application : Chevy LS Series 410CID
- Series : Competition
- Stroke : 4.000"
- Rod Length : 6.125"
Eagle competition rotating assemblies consist of name-brand quality components for a wide range of engines at an affordable price. Depending upon your application, these kits may feature a crankshaft, pistons, piston rings, rod and main bearings, or connecting rods. Balanced assemblies are also available.
Eagle Specialty Products, Inc. started in August of 1992 offering just a couple of part numbers. Eagle's commitment to quality and service has resulted in customer loyalty and satisfaction, resulting in rapid growth over the years. Eagle added crankshafts to its lineup a few years later as well connecting rods. Continuous improvements in designs, materials and manufacturing techniques have resulted in Eagle being the largest aftermarket rod and crank manufacturer in the industry.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations
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