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Old 28-05-2019, 06:09 PM   #1
Marcus Nordblom
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Regarding engine bearings, Know there is a LOT of Numbers and stuff on the crank, block etc, only finds std and 20+ or something like that.
Should I just go for std if the crank is in good nick? Plastigauge them and too tight lap the crank in the lathe with some superfine wet?
I have a couple of cranks to match


Have been looking at King “black racing”
Good choice?

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Old 28-05-2019, 08:06 PM   #2
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My race engine builder told me that King bearing is what he use.
He has 1755Bhp mk2 Ford Cortina.
So it must be OK.
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My race engine builder told me that King bearing is what he use.
He has 1755Bhp mk2 Ford Cortina.
So it must be OK.


Guess im ok with BhP target 10 times lower then

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