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1986-96 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1986-96 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate

1986-96 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate

383 Chevy Small Block V8, 400 Chevy Small Block V8

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1986-96 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
1986-96 Small Block Chevy Balancing Plate
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When running a 383 or 400 S/B Chevy with a 153 tooth flexplate or flywheel, you need to have a balancing plate. These fit between the crankshaft and flexplate and correctly balance the engine without resorting to a big heavy flywheel.

Lets you balance your Small Block Chevy 400 or 383 with a 350 flywheel (manual transmission flywheel or automatic transmission flex plate) and a bolt-on balancing plate. Road and race tested. Allows use of lighter 350 flywheel to rev quicker. Precision stamped steel.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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