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King Engine Bearings 2015 Race Bearing Application Guide

King Engine Bearings has announced its new 2015 racing specific application guide. It includes many new popular applications for both domestic and import vehicles. It also includes information about King’s innovative pMax-Black metal structure and new geometric features.

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King Engine Bearings has announced its new 2015 racing specific application guide. It includes many new popular applications for both domestic and import vehicles. It also includes information about King’s innovative pMax-Black metal structure and new geometric features.

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“We have extended our offering by putting a lot of efforts in developing new racing items for 2015 that are now available in stock,” says Limor DePetro, King’s VP Sales & Marketing. “As the race season opens, we have the new highly demanded Nissan GTR bearings and new to the aftermarket Subaru EJ series main bearings are now available with .002” and .005” oversized housing bore.”

This new guide includes in-depth information about King’s proven XP & HP bearings. XP tri-metal bearings are designed for circle track, drag racing, off-shore racing and more. Other new items available in stock are: BMW S50B30, Ford Lotus 1.5L/1.6L/ OHV, Suzuki G13A/B/BA/BB, Toyota 1FZFE and Volkswagen VR6.

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King’s advanced bearing designs incorporate many unique-to-King features such as pMax Black metal construction for 24 percent greater load capacity, U-Groove for increased load surface, Elliptix for better oil distribution, Eccentrix to minimize wear, Radialock to ensure ideal crush height, and industry leading accuracy with King’s Bull’s Eye Tolerance. All of these features have been developed by King to provide the ideal bearings for any engine in any situation.

To download King racing application guide: http://kingracebearings.com/?page_id=21

For more information: www.kingracingline.com.

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