Nissan CA18DET Engine Rebuild Kit with Ross Racing Forged Pistons & Spool Conrods

$1,395.00 AUD inc. GST

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Spool Imports Specialises in High Performance Import Engine & Popular Australian Performance Engine Parts

Description

Spool Imports

This Rebuild Kit includes the following quality parts:

Rated at up to 800hp

SPOOL Forged H Beam Conrods
Ross Forged Pistons (Rings, Pins and Locks Included)
Cometic MLS Head Gasket
ACL Race Series Main Bearings – STD & 0.25mm
ACL Race Series Big End Bearings – STD & 0.25mm

Pistons are available in:

Compression Ratio: 8.5:1
Bore Size: 83.5mm and 84mm
Pistons come with rings, gudgeon pins and pin locks
Forged 2618
(Please let us know which sizes you need in the customer note section in the checkout)

Spool connecting rods feature:

ARP 2000 fasteners (L19 fasteners are available as an upgrade)
High tensile 4340 forged steel
2 Piece forging
Hardness of HRC36-42
Dowelled caps for precision alignment
X-RAY & Sonic tested
Quenching and heat treated
Shot peened
100% Magnafluxed
Weight Matched Sets +/- 1 gram
Vacuum degassed to remove impurities

Ross Racing Pistons feature:

All ROSS Racing Pistons (since 1985) have been forged from 2618 billet bar stock and have been heat treated and aged to a T61 condition (2618-T61). 2618-T61 is the material that is used when fatigue resistance and durability are of prime importance by all premium racing piston manufacturers. This material has less than 1% silicon particulate content. High silicon content pistons (forged from 4032 or MS75) will not stand up to the most extreme stress placed on many racing pistons. If a crack starts to form in a high silicon piston it will continue until the piston experiences a catastrophic failure. Simply stated, adding sand to the aluminum only makes it more brittle. In the rare instance of a 2618-T61 piston cracking, the crack will continue to an area where the stress is not as great and will then stop. Another advantage of 2618-T61 over the high silicon pistons is the ability to keep its shape under extreme pressure and high RPM’s. “Skirt Shrinking” is not a problem with ROSS Racing Pistons.