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Old 11-20-2020, 02:05 AM
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Originally Posted by farmerj View Post
I can have the flywheel machined to remove material and create the larger gap.

My question is - doesn't a flywheel need to be balanced? Asked another way, if I remove material by making the existing cutout wider, won't it cause the fw to be out of balance?

And does it matter which side of the cutout (or gap) the excess material is removed from?


yes, I would presume you would need to balance it by removing some material on the "other side" of the flywheel.

I'm quite certain it is important that you remove material from the correct side of the gap, as this gap controls the ignition timing (if I'm not mistaken).


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