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Acl Race Main Bearing Hx For Nissan Sr20det Silvia 180sx 200sx Sr20de 2.0 Dohc on

AU $109.99

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Condition:New Brand:ACL Manufacturer Part Number:5M2964HX-STD


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ACL Performance Race Bearings are manufactured with a tri-layer metal with a hardened steel backing in order to withstand high RPM conditions, high stress loads, and high temperatures. Each ACL race bearing design features the following:
Large chamfer to accomodate larger crankshaft fillets
3/4 groove to provide optimum oil supply to rods and to maximize load carrying capacity
Incresed crush and tighter wall tolerance for better seating
Improved overlay and reduced thickness for increased fatigue strength
Hardened steel backing to maintain crush under high loads and temperatur
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