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1971 Porsche 911 2.2T/S bearing

Looking for opinions on what rod/main bearings to use for the car? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Assuming your crank is Std/Std, main bearings from a Porsche dealership might have better tolerance specs than other over the counter Glyco main bearings. The main bearings do not seem to have any problems compared to the rod bearings. 2 choices for rod bearings; Glyco rod bearings or Clevite 77 H rod bearings. Glyco rod bearings seem to have some problems with wear & tolerance's compared to the Clevite bearings.
Is your engine build going to be stock?
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Mark,

Everything in the motor is STD specs. Case was gone thru by Ollies. I'm building a 2.2S motor out of a spare 2.2T case that came with my car.
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Great motor, should be fun to drive.
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