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King Introduces XP Engine Bearings For Acura/Honda Applications
King Engine Bearings introduces new rod and main bearings for Acura/Honda engines in its popular XP Engine Bearings line.
King XP Bearings are available for Acura/Honda applications, including rod bearings (CR 439XP) and main bearings (MB5259XP) for B17, B18A, B18B engines; rod bearings (CR4046XP) and main bearings (MB5568XP) for D16 engines; and rod bearings (CR4287XP) and main bearings (MB5259XP) for B18C engines. All new XP parts are available in STDX, STD, 001 and 010. Extended sizes may become available in the future.
The XP Bearings have a .0005" enhanced performance Babbitt overlay which provides as much as 30 percent greater load capacity than traditional bearings. They are suitable for operating temperatures of up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
All King performance bearings feature greater rod bearing height that improves bearing to bore contact/heat transfer and reduces spin potential at high RPMs. Main bearings feature enlarged, chamfered oil holes and ¾ grooving. In addition, most rod bearings are available with or without dowel holes. King bearings feature the closest wall tolerances in the industry (Bull’s Eye Tolerance), with all shells matched to .0001". Main and rod bearings are narrowed for large radii crankshafts. In addition to main and rod bearings, King also offers camshaft bearings and thrust washers.
King Engine Bearings is known for its extensive line of high performance engine bearings for circle track, drag racing, monster trucks, tractor pulls, off-road and off-shore racing applications. For more information on King Engine Bearings and the company's complete line of performance engine bearings, visit http://www.kingbearings.com.
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Founded in 1960, King Engine Bearings is a world-class developer and manufacturer of engine bearings for automobiles, light and heavy-duty trucks, marine, aviation, and other types of internal combustion engines.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 29, 2011