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King HP Series 1969-Up Small Block Chevy Connecting Rod Bearings

Specs
GTIN Code:
-
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Rod Journal Diameter:
2.10"
Bearing Undersize:
-
Bearing Construction:
Bi-metal
MFG. Part #:
-
Narrowed Bearing:
Yes
King HP Series 1969-Up Small Block Chevy Connecting Rod Bearings
King HP Series 1969-Up Small Block Chevy Connecting Rod Bearings
King HP Series 1969-Up Small Block Chevy Connecting Rod Bearings
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These connecting rod bearing sets from King Engine Bearings feature bi-metal aluminum construction and are narrowed for use with large radius crankshafts.
  • Bi-metal aluminum silicon alloy featuring fine micro-bore finish
  • Mains and rods are narrowed for large radius crankshafts
  • Greater rod bearing height improves bearing-to-bore contact/heat transfer and reduces spin potential at high RPM
  • 0.015" thick top layer for superior macro particle embedability and conformability
  • 40 Vickers hardness to resist overlay migration and extrusion
  • 450°F heat threshold for superior protection against friction and overheating
  • Choose the size that suits you
  • STD option: Rod bearing for Small Block Chevy, for 2.00" journal
  • The X001 option will give .001" extra oil clearance
  • The 001 option will gives you .001" less oil clearance
  • Sold as a Set

Item Details

S/B Chevy Large Journal 350/400 - 2.100" Rods

Application

  • High-load, short-duration racing such as drag racing, tractor pulls, monster trucks, etc.
  • Medium-load, long-duration racing such as circle track engines using nodular cast iron crankshafts

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