wrist pins

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  1. blownapex

    blownapex Member

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    I use 1.094x3.400x.250 h-13 and bent a few
    c screw outlaw promod 2 step at wot bae hemi

    what should I be using
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    h-11
    h-13
    m2
    c300
    tp1
    trend /brad/ aries/several others I talked to all suggested different things and one said just use what you have h-13
    h-13 are 20.00 ea and I have 24 of these
    tp1 are 98.00 each

    thanks
     
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  2. overkill69

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    I have the BAE 3.25x1.094 230g pins. 7 out of 8 were bent. Jeremy told me the longer 255g pins are better matl. and live better at 70.00 or so each. I'm going to go cheapo and check again at rod change. I think tuneups have a lot to do with it.
     
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  3. underby6

    underby6 Active Member

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    TP is the way to go, the cheap BAE pins bend without the bearing being out at all. Victory has a very good pin as does Trend. I run the H13 in my car with zero issues, on a C rotor I like the TP material.

    Brandon Booher
    NHRA TAD #3
    Torque MGMT. - Owner
     
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  4. TOL

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    What is "TP" and where do you find it?

    Do many guys run the 1.156 big pins or are they too heavy?

    Thanks
     
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  5. JM

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    BME 1.094 pins

    I tossed out a lot of BAE shelf pins after a couple of passes. Bill Miller makes an awesome pin that I have yet replace after more than a dozen runs. Maybe a little less $$ than the TP1, it's been awhile since I bought them. A little heavy, I've "heard" rule of thumb for a 1.094 pin on a screw is no less than 250 grams for stregnth.
     
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  7. blownapex

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    how about if i use h13 pins and change them when i change rods (15-20 runs)
    that would be cheeper also in the short and possibly long run
     
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  8. overkill69

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    pins

    just got a set from BAE today. 27.00 gets 300m.
     
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