A friend of min has spun the balancer in his 351 and I'm just wondering if anyone here has found a solution to the problem.
He has had the balancer, crank, pistons and flywheel etc balanced together during the engine build, and he wants to get back the balance without having to take the thing apart again.
The engine revs to about 7500rpm, which is the reason the current standard balancer shit itself.
One option he has been given is to get his current balancer repaired, and then have it mirror balanced, using a better quality balancer to put back onto the car. This would cost him around $1500+<<<<< Too much!!!
The second option he has been given was to use a Liquid Balancer. This is apparently a straight bolt on, and has the ability to automatically balance itself to the engine. Has Anyone used this before????
Any 'issues' surrounding them?
Others say that he should just grab a balancer off the shelf and slap it on because it won't make a difference, I doubt that is the case.
Any info would be a great help.
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