Hey guys, I’m pretty new to this hemi stuff so please go easy on me A quick rundown on the situation/combo and try give as much info as I can so sorry for the longish post. I have a twin turboed 526ci kB +.100 block. 4.5” stroke x 4.310 bore. 7.176 rod Has a set of BAE fuel twin plug heads with 1 plug blocked. 176cc chamber. With a arias 81.9cc dome. SCE copper .080 headgasket. Iv worked out comp is around 11.2. This engine is pretty new to me been to the track 5 times with it. One of the times 2 on the injectors failed causing cyl 3&4 to go lean. 1500’s on the egts while the rest were around high 1100’s and low 1200s. Those 2 cyls took out plugs and when I got home and pulled the pan those big ends were hurt as I expected. (My fault not having the Ecu shut the car down when egt got hot) I had the crank re linished to clean it up. and clearances have ended up at .005 I put a new set of bearings in and this time being cautious we added fuel to the engine after our last scare. It bought the egts back to around 950deg F. The engine has 29degrees at around 25lbs of boost, I went back to the track and did 3 burnouts and two 8th mile hits. Bought the car home and pulled the pan. And this is what the big end bearings look like this time around. To me it is different to what I had seen last time but the last time the tune was extremely unhappy and the bearing was peeled due to detonation I assume. This time around I would have thought the engine was happy. 950degree F egts and 29deg of timing. The plugs have no cad burn off the ring but the ground strap is dark and hard to see a timing mark on it.? I’ guess my question to you much more experienced people is . Looking at these bearings is this the start of an unhappy tuneup/engine or is it an oiling problem.? The car has a wet pan with a waterman oil pump on it. It came on the engine when I got it. I was to D it was off a top fuel deal and flows more. In saying that the outlet fitting going from the pump to the systems 1 filer is -12 but looking at it would prolly only flow what a -8 or maybe -10 would? I log oil pressure at the side of the oil filter adapter (will move it to engine this time round) and it had oil pressure throw out the run but the pump is very rpm dependent with the bypass all the way out the thing idles around 50-60 psi but at 8000rpm is up at 200-210 psi. I run the Lucas green oil in a 50w (similar oil to the Brad peen I believe just easier to get were I live) Could it be that the engine has high oil pressure but not a lot of volume (even thought the pump is apparently high volume) due to the strange fitting feeding from the pump to the filter restricting it? I have attached photos of random bearings from best to worst. You will notice there is small bubblely spots on some bearings also. Not sure if it could even be contamination? I’m happy to admit I’m pretty lost and would like to find a soluition. Hopefully someone can point me in the right direction of tune up or oiling issue ect. One last thing. The bearings are a clevite CB1512V 010 Thanks for your time.