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Old 04-03-2011, 11:25 AM
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did you get the rotating assembly in your current motor balanced with the flywheel and balancer
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Old 04-03-2011, 11:59 AM
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I have been beating on the motor thats in my 93 since mid 07. Since I have had it, its been in 2 cars, had a c5, 2 c4's, and a t5 behind it. Each with a different flywheel/flexplate. It has had 3 different balancers, 2 cams and 2 sets of heads. Before that it was in a mudding bronco. the vibrations started after I trashed the c5 back in early 08 while it was in my 83.

So to answer your question, no, I haven't balanced the rotating assembly lol. Nor do I plan on doing it. My build has been mostly junk yard and used parts except for a few key things. The motor was free and it was a decently low milage 306 when I got it. The cylinders and bearings still looked good when I tore it apart last year. Looks can be deceiving though.............
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