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Old 08-03-2017, 07:14 AM
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Can anyone tell me what the BC rods are PROVEN to handle?

I have a customer that's pulled 1211 / 2264 on the dyno.

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Does this crank use lb7/lly damper-flex plate or lbz/lmm?
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They're not balanced. I just used one in my lml build with a socal lb7/lly/lml flywheel, and an lml ati super damper and the machine shop reported that it balanced out great.
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They're not balanced. I just used one in my lml build with a socal lb7/lly/lml flywheel, and an lml ati super damper and the machine shop reported that it balanced out great.
10-4. Was just a little confused cause it is the same part # for all years.
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Is ATI preferred over Fluidampr?
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Confused me a little as well. Wagler advertises them as unbalanced in the description. So I took a chance and just pulled the trigger on one. So far it's worked out well.
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Is ATI preferred over Fluidampr?
Depends on who you talk to. I personally am running a Fluidampr on my built motor.
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Is ATI preferred over Fluidampr?
Can't go wrong either way. After doing some research I would not do a callies unless you are having it balanced.
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Can't go wrong either way. After doing some research I would not do a callies unless you are having it balanced.
Do some people think you can slap a crank in a motor without balancing the rotating assembly?
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Do some people think you can slap a crank in a motor without balancing the rotating assembly?
People do it all the time. Will the throw a new flex plate and damper on and send it. Especially on a stock shortblock.
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