Yes, i'm aware. I thought you were using the nissan rods. Custom then, nice!As far as I'm aware prism doesn't make 6a rods anymore. But I had mine custom made. The crank pin is smaller than stock being an offset ground crank. The piston uses a larger pin. And the rod C2C length is not stock because of the pistons different compression height and the cranks extra stroke.
Hey mate so you have cranks to regrind or you need our crank this is very interesting to meWell I've been doing some planning and I've come up with a plan to do stroker engines.
Offset grinding a stock crank to give 3mm extra stroke combined with nissan conrods and toyota pistons gives you 2.6L
Or if you go 1mm oversize pistons 2.66L dispacement is possible
Rods would cost about 900
Pistons will be between 600 and 700
Stroking the crank will be around 500
Then you have all the usual costs of engine builds
Rings, bearings, gaskets, seals boring, honing etc etc.
I am yet to test the block for stroker clearance to make sure the rod isn't going to hit the inside of the crankcase.
But its looking like a real possibility and do able for about the same price as what it would cost to build a regular forged stock stroke engine rods and pistons are cheaper but they require machine time to fit correctly onto the crank.
If anyone is keen let me know. I will probably build a motor for myself and sell on my already built engine which is in my white legnum to fund this but it could be a possibility for me to sell off the shelf forged stroker motors in the future if there is enough intrest in this