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Old 03-16-2002, 10:08 AM
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my 350 is internal balanced,is there an advantage to having an 8" balancer v.s. 6 3/4" ? ihave put a 6500 rpm rated 6 3/4"balancer on it, motor not yet installed so easy to change now if necessary!thanks guys! jimm

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[quote]Originally posted by jimm:
<strong>my 350 is internal balanced,is there an advantage to having an 8" balancer v.s. 6 3/4" ? ihave put a 6500 rpm rated 6 3/4"balancer on it, motor not yet installed so easy to change now if necessary!thanks guys! jimm</strong><hr></blockquote>

jimm the 8in may hit the timing indicator that sticks out from the timing cover beware.no
advantage otherwise that I know of.
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You have to cut that tab off, very easy with a hack saw, use about 32teeth blade.
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tell me y, 1bad 80,howdy!thanks for the input guys! i preciate it!guess i will stab it and play., thanks again,jimm
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Bigger damper is supposed to be good for more RPM, but if your smaller one is good to 6500, you're probably better off with that unit than a factory job.
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tellmey,1bad80,redwarf,thanks!i preciate it!jimm
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