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King Racing Subaru FA20 BRZ/FRS Race Bearings

King Racing's newest edition race bearings for the Subaru FA20 BRZ/FRS will be at this years 2015 PRI Show. King is the first in the market to introduce these newly designed race bearings for Subaru FA20 / Toyota 4U GSE.

298b57f8-8a6f-4388-a628-72f8052eba59King Racing’s newest edition race bearings for the Subaru FA20 BRZ/FRS will be at this years 2015 PRI Show. King is the first in the market to introduce these newly designed race bearings for Subaru FA20 / Toyota 4U GSE.

The new FA20 race bearings are designed with all of King’s racing new features including the pMax Black unique tri-metal structure, allowing 24% greater load capacity than any other race bearing available.

Stop by King’s PRI booth #601.

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