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Old March 2nd, 2006, 01:33 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by h8pvmnt
Crank assembly is dynamically, internal balanced
The finished assembly does not require balance weights on the torque converter or flexplate/flywheel
These kits are ready to drop-in
Crank is balanced for automatic transmission applications.


That is off of the first link. If you would have read it , you would have noticed that. Now go back and read them so I don't have to quote the others as well.:miff:
Well pardon me for not clicking on all three. I only checked out the third. Regardless, I would still want to double check to make sure everything is balanced. A friend just got done rebuilding a small block Chevy in my performance machining class up here, dropped in a supposedly "balanced" stroker kit. It wasn't balanced...take a guess at what happened.
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