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Old 04-25-2019, 04:31 AM   #20 (permalink)
jnlperformance
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Good question...

The shaft assemblies I buy are pre balanced. You install the compressor wheel using the balance marks provided on the shaft and wheel.

(Just my opinion) I'd say the chances of it snapping had I left it alone where MUCH higher vs replacing with cheap unbalanced shaft. (judging by the massive crack in the shaft, and another I noticed later on but didn't take a pic of) but the crack in the rear of the shaft is just under halfway thru the shaft. Disaster waiting to happen... first time I have seen that...

The old shaft will spend the rest of its life on a display shelf as an example.

But I digress..

Spools great. Runs great. Turbo runs cold now

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Arp Head / Main Studs / Girdles

I'll get back to this later...

Last edited by jnlperformance; 04-25-2019 at 05:01 AM.
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