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The connecting rod is a type of engine that functions as a lever arm, transmitting movement from the piston to the crankshaft. Connecting rod is generally made of a cast aluminium alloy & is constructed to endure high pressures caused by fire heat & piston movement. In our project, the standard connecting rod used today is mainly made of aluminium, replacing the proposed materials based on magnesium, titanium & Beryllium alloy. Stressful and robust load on structural analysis, twisting, pressure and safety testing, comparative analysis is based on and concluded with selected connecting material. Modelling work is done with Solid Works Software and analysis is done with ANSYS software is best for FEM.