I got my T2 rods back today with new ARP bolts installed, resized, shotpeened, and decided to static balance them. I used a digital gram scale that I have used in the past to balance and match my daughter's tennis raquets. It is only accurate to within one gram (I would have liked 1/10th gram) but I found that my rods varied more than I expected. My lightest was 699g and the heaviest was 708g. The oddest part of all was that the lightest rod had the heaviest small end! So I had to remove almost all of the balance pad at the top of that rod to match it to the others (even had to re-countersink the pin oil hole a bit). Anyway, after a couple of hours I got them matched at 698g each with a variance at the small end of one gram (within the limitations of my scale of course), Not perfect but much closer than they were. I can even up the variance at the small end when the pistons get here and I match them and the rods as assemblies.