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Originally Posted by JFP in PA View Post
Interestingly, the 1997-2004 IMS bearings failed more often on the street, while the 2005-2008 tended to die on the track................
Quite true. If look at the recommended surface speeds for the races for the early vs late bearings, the late bearing is actually sized much better for the rpm range of the engine, where the earlier bearings were going too slow.
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