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King Racing to Host Tech Seminar at PRI on Hard vs. Soft Race Bearings

King Engine Bearings will discuss the differences between bearings made of hard materials vs. soft materials and how to utilize the right material attributes for your performance engine build. The seminar will be held at the 2015 PRI Trade Show on Friday, December 11th from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm in Room 234.

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King Engine Bearings will discuss the differences between bearings made of hard materials vs. soft materials and how to utilize the right material attributes for your performance engine build. King Racing’s technical seminar will be held at the 2015 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show. This free event will take place on Friday, December 11th from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm in Room 234 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN.

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King is the only manufacturer to offer both high strength aluminum alloy bi-metal and copper lead tri-metal performance bearings for race applications. With King’s innovative material composites, eccentricity and precision crush heights, they are able to provide bearing options with key attributes and characteristics that are needed when selecting the right bearing for your performance engine build.

During the seminar, Ron Sledge, King’s Performance and Technical manager, will explain Hard vs. Soft, Bi-Metal vs. Tri-Metal bearings materials, and why bearing materials play a vital role from one race application to another. Ron will be discussing in depth the major performance genres, from street/strip drag racing, circle track, off-shore, Rally racing, Formula drift; illustrating how bearing material choice “Hard vs. Soft is the Powerful and Winning Difference.”

For priority seating at the King Racing seminar, contact King at 800-772-3670 or e-mail [email protected].

For more information: www.kingracingline.com or www.kingbearings.com.

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