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Old 01-29-2008, 07:38 AM   #1
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Hello everyone:

I own a manufacturing company, I manufacture anti friction products for today?s automotive industry. I have been manufacturing ceramic bearings now for the past 8 years. At first I started to make these bearings for performance gains, and less down time for race teams, due to bearing failure.
Having over 10 test vehicles on the road for years I have noticed fuel economy raising with the use of my bearings in these cars, which drive on the street ever day. I have done allot of Dyno testing to see increase in Horse power, and increase in acceleration. The ceramic bearings decrease friction by 60% which lets the car move freely with out giving allot of gas. The last test car I did increased 6 whp by switching the front wheel bearings, and fuel economy went from 225 miles on a tank of gas to 289 miles on a tank of gas. This was a stock car with no other mods. I make these bearings for all types of makes and models of cars. I also make them for motorcycles, atv's, and snow mobiles. Just wanted to share some info about who I am and what I do. My web site has allot more detailed info on it but at the present time is down, due to upgrading my service and product.

Thank you all


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Old 01-29-2008, 08:55 AM   #2
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Welcome, Ralph.

What's your company? I've used ceramic bearings in motorcycle road racing off and on for a few years. Wheel bearings, transmission shaft bearings.

I've wondered if it would benefit my big trailer, but it has roller bearings. I'd bet that a set of ball bearings with a spacer between them could be set up like a motorcycle wheel, but I think I'm scared of the cost...

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Interesting. Post your site when it's up, or at least send a link to me. Bearings in my 96 ranger are nearing the expected lifespan.
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