Compstar Ford 302 Crankshafts

The Compstar Ford 302 crankshafts are consistently the easiest balancing crankshaft of its type available today. These Ford 302 crankshafts are finished to the same standards that have made Compstar the most trusted name in High Value crankshafts. Compstar 302’s are nitride heat treated for wear and durability. These crankshafts can be purchased in a variety of strokes to create the displacement you need. Standard features on all Compstar 302’s are large .125 journal radii, four drilled rod journals and counterweights contoured to your specific connecting rod length. Compstar 302’s are available with either Ford or Chevy SBC rod journal configuration.

Compstar Ford 302 Connecting Rods

Compstar Ford 302 Connecting RodProduced from the same heat treated and stress relieved 4340 steel as existing Compstar H beam rods, every detail of this highly stressed component has been carefully analyzed to maximize repeatability and dependability.  Compstar is currently offering the 302 rod in a 5.400 length with a true 2.123 rod diameter and 1.685 width.  For added strength and improved piston availability, Compstar 302 rods feature a .927 wrist pin bore.   ARP 2000 bolts are also standard equipment.  For more information on this product contact our experienced technical department for guidance on your next Ford 302 build.

Compstar Introduces A Ford 302 Connecting Rod

Produced from the same heat treated and stress relieved 4340 steel as existing Compstar H beam rods, every detail of this highly stressed component has been carefully analyzed to maximize repeatability and dependability.  Compstar is currently offering the new 302 rod in a 5.400 length with a true 2.123 rod diameter and 1.685 width.  For added strength and improved piston availability, Compstar 302 rods feature a .927 wrist pin bore.   ARP 2000 bolts are also standard equipment.  For more information on this new product contact our experienced technical department for guidance on your next Ford 302 build.

Ford Compstar Connecting Rod