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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation turbo rebuild

I am currently rebuilding my turbo which is the stock hx35w when i reassemble it do i need to have it balanced ? also do they offer a batmowheel or any upgraded wheel for that turbo ? any advise is appreciated. thanks

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Personally, I strongly suggest getting it balanced. I dont want something that spins 30k+ RPM's not being balanced.

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mark it before you remove the wheel, and normally the wheel is independently balanced from holset. I just rebuilt mine, and no problems, there was already a mark and i just lined it back up and thats it. Its not rocket science.

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Use a scribe to mark the end of the shaft in relation to the wheel-make the mark offset from centre, so it can only return one way. Slow and steady all the way.
Driveshafts are balanced within .001", turbo's are probably within the .0001" range. Be careful.

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