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King HP-Series Main Bearings MB5650HP

King Engine Bearings MB5650HP - King HP-Series Main Bearings

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Main Bearings, HP-Series, Grooved, Bi Metal, Stock Size, Ford, 429, 460, Set of 5

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Manufacturer's Part Number: MB5650HP
Part Type: Main Bearings
Summit Racing Part Number: KGB-MB5650HP

UPC: 611500532825
Bearing Usage: Performance
Grooved Bearing: Yes
Groove Location: Upper and lower
Groove Style: 1/2
Bearing Material: Bi-metal, silicon aluminum
Quantity: Sold as a set of 5.
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These King HP-Series main bearings are recommended for street and strip performance applications. These main bearings are designed for blown, turbocharged, NOS, and alcohol-fueled engines using aftermarket crankshafts. These King HP-Series main bearings have greater eccentricity for superior oiling at high rpm and a chamfered surface for large radii crankshafts. These main bearings feature enlarge, chamfered oil holes and are available in 1/2 or 3/4 grooving for improved oiling to withstand high-rpm applications.

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High spot on #3 thrust

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Been struggling for three weeks trying to find out why these standard main bearings were not fitting properly. Ordered three sets of under sized bearings trying to get it right. Had the crank in and out at least 60 times. Every time I torqued the thrust down the crank stopped rolling. Took the block back to the the machine shop to check the line hone, checked the crank for straightness, every thing was in perfect tolerance for standard bearings. Finally step torqued and rolled the crank to find a high spot in the thrust cap bearing, managed to scrape the spot untill it cleared. But it has caused me to cancel my 2014 run at WOS Bonneville, cancel the rooms for my crew, and screwed up the vacation time my crew members have sceduled from work. ...read more

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Reviewer: STEVEN from ID

Date: August 23, 2014

Ease of Installation

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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