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Join PERA and King for a Webinar on Engine Design and Bearing Technology

Join Dr. Dmitri Kopeliovich and Stacey Stone of King Engine Bearings for a webinar on May 15, 2024 at 10am CT where they will talk about trends in engine design and bearing technology, including geometry features, materials properties, conditions of bearing operation in modern engines, and innovations in bearing technology. Important! If you register for this

King Engine Bearings Anounces New Rebate Campaign

During the two-month duration of the campaign, customers can take advantage of a rebate of $10 for every $100 spent on qualifying pMaxKote (XPC) products by King Engine Bearings.

King Bearings Adds Two to its US Sales Team

King Bearings welcomes Steven Washington as director of aftermarket sales and Shane Turner as regional sales manager.

King to Showcase New Godzilla Bearings and a Ride-On Cooler Raffle at PRI

King Engine Bearings, a manufacturer of engine bearings for automotive and racing applications, will exhibit its latest innovations and offer a chance to win a ride-on cooler cart at the PRI 2023 trade show. At booth #601 in the Green Hall, King Engine Bearings will display a range of new products that were released during

King Bearings Introduces Stacey Stone as Technical Sales Specialist

King Engine Bearings is delighted to announce the addition of Stacey Stone to its team. As a technical sales specialist, Stacey will handle sales support, customer training, and business development. Stacey Stone brings a wealth of experience and expertise in the powertrain industry, specifically focused on engine parts. With over two decades of involvement in

King to Host PRI Tech Seminar and Launches Can-Am Bearings

King Engine Bearings will be hosting an engine builder roundtable at the 2022 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis.  “Master the Engine” seminar will be hosted by King’s Technical Manager, Ron Sledge, with six engine builders in a Q&A format, uncovering the latest engine building trends, best practices, and insider tips and tricks.

Engine Bearings’ Impact on Performance

Nowadays, a bearing (in a performance setting) must be both hard and soft. Retaining geometry is of utmost importance, but it also must be malleable and able to adjust for stress and flexing.

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King Engine Bearings to Host Tech Seminar at PRI

King Engine Bearings is heading back to the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show and will be presenting a new tech seminar revealing all the latest developments in race bearings. The company has been fortunate to continue with product development during the pandemic and is excited to share two years’ worth of innovative products and

King Engine Bearings Founder Samuel Zaslavsky Has Passed Away

On Friday, August 20, King Engine Bearings announced on social media the sad news that company founder Samuel Zaslavsky passed away on August 19 at the age of 95. Zaslavsky founded King Engine Bearings 61 years ago and continued his life’s work right up until the last few months, designing machines that would serve King

Engine Bearings: To Coat or Not to Coat?

When it comes to keeping your engine happy and operating well, engine bearings are a component that play a big role in that regard. They’re small and relatively inexpensive when compared to other engine parts, but if an engine bearing doesn’t do its job, the consequences can be many.

PERA to Host Engine Bearing Webinar

Join PERA and King Engine Bearings on Wednesday August 18, 2021 at 10:00am CST for Ron Sledge’s next chapter in engine bearing design. Engine bearings seem to be a simple component of the combustion engine but they are quite intricate in design. Without the proper design they will not function at optimum performance and will cause

UNDERSTANDING OIL CLEARANCES IN ENGINE BEARINGS

One way to make engines live and have good durability is to have just the right amount of bearing oil clearance. Maintaining a cushion of oil between the bearing and shaft is essential for proper bearing operation and to prevent metal-to-metal contact. Generally, tighter oil clearances are better due to the increased load distribution resulting