King Bearings Review | Available for Chevy LS3, Honda B-Series, and Mitsubishi 4G63 Motors
Posted on 18 March 2014
We give you a King Bearings review to figure out what makes them better than the others. We've found a reliable bearing for your High Performance Racing Machine!
With all AM
, and HP King Racing Bearings
, you'll find a special Bi-Metal alloy
that consists of two aluminum layers. King
offers a special Tri-Metal
bearing with a plated overlay for their CP
based bearings. Both tri and bi-metal bearings are available in standard through .040
undersizes, which is the widest assortment in the industry.
King offers the most reliable bearing for a street/strip motor, available in the HP line. It is capable of taking high loads for short duration's of time while offering superior embedability
characteristics. If the circle track is more your type, King recommends the XP line of bearings due to its ability to sustain very high RPM's for extended periods of time. Have a billet crank? No problem. All King HP and XP performance bearings are narrowed to clear large billet aftermarket crankshafts.
What makes King Bearings better than the leading competitor? King uses the strongest overlay material available for race engines. King's unique black surface
is not just for looks. The black overlay is a result of their revolutionary hardening process. King creates a surface that's 24% stronger and offers greater fatigue resistance than both Clevite and ACL. Not only does it look and feel different, it performs better than your typical racing bearing. Kings Average Load capacity is a staggering 10,200psi versus most competitors 9,400psi rating. It's average hardness is 18.1HV compared to 14HV from competitors.
When building a performance Chevorlet LS
, Honda B-Series
, or Mitsubishi 4G63
, you must ALWAYS think about the small components. Failed bearings are typically the leading cause of race engine failure, so protect your investment with King Bearings. Lower your failure risk and engine bearings replacement costs by chosing King Bearings. You wont regret it!