bearings for eagle crank?

jpwalt1987

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well i got my eagle crank in yesterday. its pretty slick looking. i did notice how the journals are, where they meet the counterweight. the fillet radii. anyway the question is what beraings are people running on these cranks? it would have to have a fairly decent chamfer on the sides as not to have a clearance problem. anybody using coated bearings? thanks jeremy
 
i am not talking about what the rolled fillets on the stock crank look like. maybe they are called something else. but from what i saw it looks like a chamfered bearing will be needed. i am not sure though. any insight?
 
I have used wide journal bearings with no issues as far as chamfeing goes BUT I have seen subtle differences in just about every Eagle crank so definately check them! In street / strip engines, I use the F-M 7120
 
EightSecV6 said:
I have used wide journal bearings with no issues as far as chamfeing goes BUT I have seen subtle differences in just about every Eagle crank so definately check them! In street / strip engines, I use the F-M 7120
Whats the width of the journals or how do i know witch journal i have (wide or narrow)?any info is appericiated.
 
Under Pressure said:
Whats the width of the journals or how do i know witch journal i have (wide or narrow)?any info is appericiated.


The Eagle cranks are "narrow" journal but just like the factory crank, a wide journal bearing fits with no issues.
 
what kind of work do you mean? and also can you be more specific on the appliocation comment. what about for a tsm car? thanks, jeremy
 
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