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Old 09-27-2004, 03:13 AM   #1
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I'm working on a project and I need info from someone that knows: which is heavyer, the L36 or L32 crank balancer? Or are they the same? Holla!
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Good question - beats me

Will, where are you?


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The L36 is N/A and the L32 is */C, so it should be double ribbed for two belts.
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Doesn't answer the question at all though....hehehe My theory would be the L32 because of the Supercharger. Just my theory.

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Jason is correct. By simple matter of 2 belt paths, the L32 will be heavier.
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Hold on a minute. The L36 may be heavier. I dunno. They could ADD weight to it. PM BadSSEi about that. He'll know. He'* been playing with L32 stuff.
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Are the N/A balancers bigger diameter wise?
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Hold on a minute. The L36 may be heavier. I dunno. They could ADD weight to it. PM BadSSEi about that. He'll know. He'* been playing with L32 stuff.
Thanks for the info guys. I'll hit BadSSEi up about it all.
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easier way to get the answer http://www.3800tech.com/forum/
BADSSEI is Mr. Intense btw
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