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Old 07-06-2010, 06:45 PM
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Ok guys I have 93 h22a motor, and I was wondering would it make a difference If I took the balancer bearings off.

whats the down side and up side of not running it?

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Re: balancer shaft

you mean the balancer shaft belt??


upside; you MIGHTTTT see +1hp increase. nothing noticeable.
downside; the engine is gonna vibrate slightly more at idle.
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Re: balancer shaft

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