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New Carrillo bushless rods for Triumph twins

New Carrillo bushless rods for Triumph twins

Postby jseng1 » Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:27 pm

JS Motorsport.com is now offering Carrillo bushless rods for Triumph twins. The small and big end weights are the same as a stock Triumph rod (although Triumph rods vary slightly) - so no re balancing is necessary. The bushless design makes it possible for a stronger steel rod to weigh the same as an aluminum rod. These rods fit stock and aftermarket pistons and require DLC coated pins. These rods have been so successful on Nortons that now I'm getting requests for Triumphs. They are bullet proof.

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Re: New Carrillo bushless rods for Triumph twins

Postby Fast Eddie » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:54 pm

Nice one Jim.

Are these for long or short rods set ups?

Are you also gonna sell DLC pins?

Any plans to do lightweight forged pistons?
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Re: New Carrillo bushless rods for Triumph twins

Postby jseng1 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:57 pm

Fast Eddie wrote:Nice one Jim.

Are these for long or short rods set ups?

Are you also gonna sell DLC pins?

Any plans to do lightweight forged pistons?


So far I have made them for stock 650cc, for 650 motor with 750 bore kit, and in a Triumph motor with a Norton crank and triumph 750 pistons.

The tall Triumph crown makes a lightweight piston impossible. I've set up to rods with Stock type pistons. Forged pistons are available on special order. Whatever pins are used - stock or otherwise - they must be DLC coated. I am basically offering a bullet proof rod that is the same weight as the alum stock rod but much stronger. I'm dealing with this on a custom order basis.

So far I have made them for 650, for 650 motor with 750 bore kit, and in a Triumph motor with a Norton crank and triumph 750 pistons.

See JSM Norton piston on left and Triumph piston on the right.
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