Includes King’s new coated race bearings offerings
King Engine Bearings has just launched its new comprehensive 2018 racing specific application guide. It includes many new popular applications for domestic and import engines. It also includes information about King’s innovative and superior pMaxKote factory applied race bearing coating.
“It’s the first time that a no-added-thickness coated bearing is being offered in the race market,”says Limor Karpatkin, King’s VP Sales & Marketing. “Not only is pMaxKote manufactured at King’s factory, but it is also applied to the bearings by King as well, therefore enabling control of the entire process. Actual results indicate that we found the ultimate race material, combining the strength and softness that today’s race engines require”, added Limor.
The new guide includes in-depth information about King’s race proven XP & HP bearings, and the new XPC coated bearings. King is introducing new coated applications available in stock for Honda B & K Series, Subaru EJ, Toyota 2JZ and Nissan VR38DETT. King’s pMaxKote represents a new approach to coated bearings, It has significant performance advantages over regular race bearings in terms of seizure resistance and oil starvation protection.
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About King Engine Bearings
Founded in 1960, King Engine Bearings is a world-class developer and manufacturer of high technology engine bearings for automobiles, light and heavy-duty trucks, marine, aviation, standby power and other types of internal combustion engines. King’s only product is engine bearings. As a result of its specialization and focus, the company is recognized for producing the highest quality engine bearings available in the market today. The King line includes OEM replacement rod, main, cam bearings, and thrust washers and its special range of racing bearings. King’s extensive coverage of domestic and import engine bearings ships from its main distribution center in Cedar Grove, N.J. and 5 factory branch warehouses. For more information, visit www.kingbearings.com.