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Old 12-23-2009, 02:05 PM   #1
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Could some tell me if the standard v spec case will work in place of a speed case thanks
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Yes...you just cannot mix cranks and rods.
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so your saying you cant put on a speed Rod on a Standard Blue head V-spec ?
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one lubes the crank pin through the rod...the other through the crank. Speed crank...speed rod. Same with the standard VSpec...use the same crank and rod.
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everything between the two is interchangable.

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do not put standard vspec rod in spped cranked engine !!!! thats the deal
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forgot the oil hole on the vspec is in the crank instead of the rod. Sorry i was thinking ninja and speed. but you still can put a speed rod into a vspec crank. just not the other way around
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