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Old 01-13-2019, 12:30 AM
Classicexpress Classicexpress is offline
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Default 360 balancing act

I'm ditching my 318 for a la 360 in my 85 RC. The new 360 is balanced but not sure if it affects what harmonic balancer I need. The machine shop also suggested a flex plate that will work with both the small and large TC. Sure would appreciate some balanced comment.
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Balancers are designed to self adjust to dampen rotation wobbles that occur with all engines. To a point that is. Balancing a motor assures you are within a balancer's performance threshold. Aftermarket performance balancers have tighter tolerance and thus tighter harmonic vibration curve at higher RPMs. I have never had any issues with Mopar Performance balancers. ATI is the leader in aftermarket balancers that I've seen.
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