Is this balancer intended for an externally balanced GM Performance crate motor SBC 350 Post 1987 era w/vortex heads, or no? Description does not specify for internally or externally balanced motor.
I have purchased and assembled a 383 internally balanced assy.........will this balancer be sufficient for this application?
I have a 1970 chevy belair 350. I'm thinking of going with one of your 350 performance crate engine 350s. But most are post 1987 blocks and require different flywheel. Do they also require a different harmonic balancer?
I have a 1962 impala and I’m going to run a 350 small block Chevy with short water pump which hormonic balancer would you recommend
is this a 6 3/4 in size
hi will this part fit 63 409 engine
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