King CR 804HPN Connecting Rod Bearings
Ford Small Block V8, Performance Bearing Usage, Bi-metal, silicon aluminum Bearing Material
These King HP-Series rod bearings are recommended for street and strip performance applications. These rod bearings are designed for blown, turbocharged, NOS, and alcohol-fueled engines using aftermarket crankshafts. These King HP-Series rod bearings have greater eccentricity for superior oiling at high rpm and most rod bearings are available with or without dowel holes.
- Bi-metal, Silicon Aluminum
- Sold as a Set
These bearings are available in the traditional Std, .010 and .020 specs.
In addition, they are also available in the X.001 and .001
The X001 bearing is used when 0.001" of additional crank clearance is required.
The 001 bearing is used when the clearance is needed to be tightened up by the one additional 0.001" of reduced clearance.
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