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    Re-balancing

    Hi,

    I would like install light conrod, and I need any infos about rebalancing with those parts?
    What I need do with crank and Balance shaft?

    thanks


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    I thought the crank gets balanced individually and the conrods are weight/balanced individually too and then its all put together?

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    I don't know, hahaha maybe nobody not know about nothing here??? lolololol

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    hehe.. Doubt it!

    Maybe its best to talk to an engine building shop

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    the correct way to balance a rotating assembly is calculate the weight of the rods and pistons. I like to keep my pistons withing 1 gram weight of each other. Once you get the total weight of the rod/piston/rod bearing you install the correct "bob weight" onto each rod journal. I spin the crank and the computer will tell me to add or remove weight in a certain spot.

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    send the crank,piston,rods,bearing,and rings to this place and they will balance everything for you they are the best

    http://www.faliconcranks.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan View Post
    send the crank,piston,rods,bearing,and rings to this place and they will balance everything for you they are the best

    http://www.faliconcranks.com/index.html
    Sent the internals to falicon for balancing and polishing. Took less than a week to get back and the crank and counter balance shaft look sweet!!!! Was less than $600.00 including shipping both ways....

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    Just now I received my internals engine parts from falicon to Lightened and rebalance, cranck shaft, counter balance, Carrilo rods and Riva 9,5:1 pistons

    Will run it with motec Turbo engine

    I have some pic if you need guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Just now I received my internals engine parts from falicon to Lightened and rebalance, cranck shaft, counter balance, Carrilo rods and Riva 9,5:1 pistons

    Will run it with motec Turbo engine

    I have some pic if you need guys
    Lets see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    Lets see them.

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