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      04-25-2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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Post VAC Motorsports | VAC Coated S65 Connecting Rod Bearings

VAC Coated Connecting Rod Bearings





We have sold 10s of thousands of coated rod bearings for every BMW engine. We sell to BMW engine builders, BMW shops, BMW racers and every day BMW enthusiasts (generally, in that order) We have personally built 100s of BMW engines and have had many others in for various work so it's safe to say that we have figured out the *best* coating choice.

Our VAC Bearing Sets are specially coated and constructed to reduce friction in your V8 to a minimum; enabling lower temps and faster revolutions in your expensive BMW engine.

Our coated bearings are thermal breakdown resistant, helping to prevent premature engine failures under stress when things are most critical. These bearings can last much longer than any normal bearing set as proven by our customers results. Needless to say, our VAC bearings are used in all our highest performance BMW engine builds and racing engines.

These bearings have become a favorite product of all our professional engine building customers around the globe who have reported unparalleled wear characteristics under all conditions.

This coating was originally developed for the US military but NASCAR teams, ALMS teams and many as well as other customers that require "mission critical" quality.

Our bearings are used by by both the 1st and 2nd fastest BMW drag cars in the USA, as well as our road racing & endurance customers around the world (daily drivers too!. If you are looking for high performance bearings, this is the Rod Bearing set for you.

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$489 for a complete set of coated S65 rod bearings. We start with OEM BMW bearings then have our time tested coating applied.

Buy S65 coated rod bearings now!
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      04-25-2013, 12:11 PM   #2
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awesome will be purchasing a set shortly!
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      04-25-2013, 12:18 PM   #3
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Isn't a coated bearing more for race type application? Thought you had to be much more diligent about preventing contamination so very frequent oil changes were needed. I may have misunderstood and just wanting to clarify.
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We and our clients run these on both track and street cars - no worries :-)
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      06-15-2013, 11:03 AM   #5
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20 more in stock Dealer inquires welcome as usual!
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      08-31-2013, 04:39 PM   #6
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10% off this weekend :-)
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Another 40 set batch arrived - stock is good again
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Quick update. We are currently out of stock, but a ton more will be coming back from the coater in a week or so.

Also, Harrop down under ran a test on our coated bearings and came up with some great results. They installed our bearings last year, beat the crap out of their development car as detailed below, took the bearings out and made a decision to stock and offer them to their clients.

Harrop has been in the tuning game for 55 years and they are a proper engineering company. Nice to see that they (in addition to 100s of other similar clients) feel our coated bearings are a good product :-)

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Is there a diy for this? Something that I would be interested in.
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More details on the photo comparison please.

Same car/engine?
How many miles on VAC bearings?
Was there a reason to not show all of the bearings?
Same oil and change intervals?
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More details on the photo comparison please.

Same car/engine?
How many miles on VAC bearings?
Was there a reason to not show all of the bearings?
Same oil and change intervals?
All great questions. One more...did they do anything to increase clearance or were these simply swapped at the time the supercharger was installed with no other special treatment?
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Quote:
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More details on the photo comparison please.

Same car/engine?
How many miles on VAC bearings?
Was there a reason to not show all of the bearings?
Same oil and change intervals?
Bump! I would like to know as well.

I already have the VAC (Calico) bearings waiting for installation and I am thinking about swapping them with WPC treated bearings.
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Quote:
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More details on the photo comparison please.

Same car/engine?
How many miles on VAC bearings?
Was there a reason to not show all of the bearings?
Same oil and change intervals?
This.
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Lot's of bumps here VAC, any replies? Thanks.
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