King Engine Bearings Becomes Title Sponsor of PZ Tuning - Engine Builder Magazine

King Engine Bearings Becomes Title Sponsor of PZ Tuning

King Engine Bearings has announced its title sponsorship of PZ Tuning for the 2019 race season. The PZ Tuning Acura RSX will campaign in the Grid Life Touring Cup racing series.

King Engine Bearings has announced its title sponsorship of PZ Tuning for the 2019 race season. The PZ Tuning Acura RSX will campaign in the Grid Life Touring Cup racing series.

PZ Tuning will continue to use King engine bearings in its race engines and will offer real world competition tested feedback to King, as well as collaborating on future King Engine Bearings R&D projects.

King Engine Bearings and PZ Tuning have come together to build an Acura RSX to compete in the Grid Life Touring Cup Series (GLTC). Conceived from the ground up by racers of diverse backgrounds, the GLTC is designed to promote close racing between a variety of cars and build freedom with an open “time attack” style rule set. The intention is an incredibly unique driver experience along with a great showcase of exciting and personally relatable builds for those watching at the track or online.

All of the PZ Tuning race cars are outfitted with our latest in bearing technology. King’s pMaxKote is a coated bearing that provides greater strength and wear resistance for racing applications. PZ Tuning utilizes CR4542XPC connecting rod bearings and MB5259XPC main bearings in their K24 powered race cars.

King Engine Bearings is excited to partner with PZ Tuning to expand the reach of both brands and to help PZ Tuning in their pursuit of time dominance!

For additional information: www.kingracebearings.com and www.kingbearings.com

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