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Thread: N* crankshafts

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    N* crankshafts

    Are they internally or externally balanced?
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    Re: N* crankshafts

    There are no offset weights on the flexplate or the damper so it must be internal.
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    Re: N* crankshafts

    Quote Originally Posted by dkozloski View Post
    There are no offset weights on the flexplate or the damper so it must be internal.
    dkoz, your correct, I checked the FSM and it state's that the crank is internally balanced.


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