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Old 11-21-2018, 06:34 PM   #1
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Rod and Main Bearing part number question

Maybe its a noob question but what does the standard mean? This is how mitsu lists the parts.
Rod and main bearings I thought would be 1 part number. There are multipes of each with different standard #. What does this mean and how do I know what part I need?


24 1115A354 Bearing LANCER; W/ TURBO; STANDARD 3

24 1115A352 Bearing LANCER; W/ TURBO; STANDARD 1

24 1115A353 Bearing LANCER; W/ TURBO; STANDARD 2

Same for main bearings standard 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9

Here is the link I found info at.
mitsubishipartswarehouse.com/auto-parts/2008/mitsubishi/lancer/evolution-mr-trim/2-0l-l4-gas-engine/engine-cat/engine-scat

Even if you are going to tell me not to buy Mitsubishi bearings I still want to know what it means.

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Old 03-27-2019, 01:17 AM   #2
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Did you ever order the bearings?
I'm trying to rebuild my motor now, and they are back ordered.

I know this is late and old. But in case people look for this in the future.

There are 3 sizes for conrod bearings, 3 sizes for pistons, and 7 sizes for main bearings.
The size is stamped on the bearing and on the end of the crank, where the crankpulley attaches.
This is similar to what some manufactures call "color codes" (Honda does colors).

If you go aftermarket bearings, they are all the same size, but you can mix and match to change the size slightly.

the OEM procedure is here (google it... i cant post links yet....)
evoxservicemanual.co.uk
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