Performance Cam Bearings

Performance Cam Bearings

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5.0 average, based on 2 reviews


Product Information

Currenly only have non coated in stock.  Coated are on backorder

These SBC cam bearings are a direct replacement, and will spread the load across the entire cam journal, unlike the stock bearings.  Bi metal to support the roller cam profile and  the load of higher spring pressure associated with performance cams.  Regular SBC cam bearings are not designed for roller cams with stiff springs, and will crush when used with stiffer than stock valve springs.

Also available in a teflon coated version for extra insurance on cold starts or oil pump failure.

It has been brought up more than once, so to avoid confusion, the original bearings have 2 holes in one end bearing, while these do not.  This hole is there for cams with a lobe for a fuel pump pushrod.  We do not need this, therefore, we do not drill the bearing for it. Each set has 2 inner and 2 outside bearings.

Product CodeSBCCamBearings
Stock Level3

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Insurance Combination Parts

When you get a performance cam from WOT-Throttle you need to get the Full Roller Racing Rocker Arm Kit so your stock rocker arms do not punch through. With that in mind you need to get the good bearings for your camshaft so you have good support for keeping the shaft in its true intended position, keeping all of the valve train working properly. It is about performance. Put good parts in all of the positions so you can depend on them when you hang your foot in it. Remember that it was for only a horseshoe nail missing that the messanger did not get to his destination on time to be effective. Keep your camshaft in line at all times. Do it right! Have a blessed day!David A. Williamson (7 Sep 2020, 04:59)


I had almost a quarter million miles on my 2001 Pontiac Aztek. I finally had a head gasket go out. I did the Performance Package 1, which is a very good value for the money and a daily driver. Since I was putting in a new camshaft I went ahead and got the bearings built for the application which is a good insurance choice. While I had the engine out, apart, and on the bench at the engine shop, that was the time to put in new bearings. $40,00 was nothing in the scheme of things. If you are doing a complete rebuild, do it right, do not skimp.dAVID a. wILLIAMSON (14 Aug 2020, 07:28)
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