What do you mean from that? Scat isnt going to tell me why they use a certain one. Of course they will tell me what they are selling or not give me advice at all. I want to know what you hot rodders are usingGoneNova/406 said:i think i'd feel alot better after emailing the crank manufacturer or just calling them and seeing what they say.
crazy larry said:i'm running clevite 77's. the next one is going to get federal moguls. same part number, same company, different price.
There are two series of "P" bearings by Clevite ( the tard who came up with 2 series with same letter designation should be made to walk around a gay bar with his pants around his ankles)strikingthematch said:Tom for the Clevite bearings which would you use the H or P bearings? Just wondering if it makes a huge differance? Or if one is for stock type engine and other are for forged or high rpm engines.
I used the stock P series on my basically stock type Eagle crankshaft.machine shop tom said:There are two series of "P" bearings by Clevite ( the tard who came up with 2 series with same letter designation should be made to walk around a gay bar with his pants around his ankles)
If you have a crank with a large radius (.125"), use the "H" series. If you use the "H" series on a normal radiuses crank, the oil bearing surface is less than optimal, so use the stock "P" series, not to be confused with the eccentric, race "P" series. If you have a specific application, PM me and I'll look it up for you in the Clevite catalog.
Illuciano, I've talked to a lot of (uninformed) guys who think Clevite 77's are high performance or race bearings.