Ok, I understand that this is probably pretty basic and something most on this board know. What is (are) the determining factors for bearing clearances? I always read that these aren't Chevy engines and you have to set them up differently. But what is it that makes them different? Is it the inadequate oiling system? Is it your compression that determines clearance? Is it the type of crank you have, stock or billet or forged? If stock and it's been turned .10 or .20 or it's been stroked? Is it your intended usage? Is it the power level that determines? Are mains and rods set at the same clearances? Again, this is probably Engine Building 101, but I never took that course. Thanks for your time and answers, I really appreciate it!