. Hate to quote Wiki, but there seems to be at least 3 different T6061 aluminiums. We always try to consolidate overseas orders to save you the most money possible. Simply list the items you want by emailing us at: Be sure to list the part number with each item you want. Note: We will call you with specific information we will need once you order. We paid the bill, threw him a nice tip so that he could buy himself a proper lunch, and we were off.
Check your balancer pulley every once in a while when the car is running, if it's loose you'll see a slight wobble. We don't mess around, so we fabricated some nice custom-bent aluminum hard-lines instead of using rubber hose. Two of them were with pin kits Roll pins were sheered Good Luck, ~Matt~ my balancer came off on me last night, I plan on ordering a pin kit for Roe, do I have to drill the crankshaft? I ran 4000 mi without the bolt! Is it essentially the same as this one? Fitting a Paxton wouldn't be a huge hurdle. Simply add the Viper items you desire to your cart, and upon checkout you can either sign-in to pay through your PayPal account, or you may simply pay by credit card without having an account. Also makes me wonder if a paxton will fit with just a change on the intake to throttle body.
The end of my crank looks ok but its not perfectly smooth, there is some slight scrapes on the crank. Simply add the Viper items you desire to your cart, and upon checkout you can either sign-in to pay through your PayPal account, or you may simply pay by credit card without having an account. Th e first thing we did was pop open the intake tubes to see what, if any, restrictions lay at the throttle bodies and intake plumbing. Put your trans in 6th gear, parking brake on full and wheel chocks in front of each wheel. The crank is a very, very, very, hard piece of steel. Again, worth the small effort for better performance, a cleaner look and a cleaner planet Earth. In the photo below you can see the new pulley installed and the oil at the base of the throttle-body air inlets.
Set It and Forget It! The first time I tried it I damn near tipped the hoist over. This means a lower probability of detonation due to oil burning and a cleaner-running engine. Lots of them have come loose, many with virtually no miles on them. With Dodge footing the bill, no excuse not to be 100% safe. Just today while getting an alignment noticed the belt was getting shreaded. Once we receive your order we will then invoice you for the extra shipping. Naw, 1 person is enough.
These modifications couldn't be easier as the 8. Hell mike that was my car. I got tired of the thing coming off every week. I'm willing to be the guinea pig if no one knows for sure. Add an extension I use two plumbing pipes that fit inside one another and over the torque wrench handle and yank hard. With a small leak like that, do I necessarily need to change the seal, even if the bolt is tight? Then with a 250 ft-lb torque wrench clicker type preferred start to tighten. Has anyone ever installed a Keyway? We are currently replacing a crank that someone keyed, or attempted to key and destroyed the snout.
If you have a hoist and are doing it below the car either use the lifts post for reaction or try to be pulling down as much as possible. Is the damper the same thing? Should have mine by the weekend so I will get it on and report back. Is this a hard job? We did have to re-work the intake of the catch can by installing a small reed-type valve that prevents un-metered air from entering the intake. So I better check if the bolt is loose. Went to check it as we began preparing for stock baseline dyno pulls and the bolt moved by hand. It was close to fall off. So I replaced it myself.
Any other bolts I should be torquing before they come off??? Simply fax us to print a copy of our Fax Order Form Fax to: 1-352-688-8153 we will process your order and provide you with a confirmation and receipt. If in doubt, replace it. Also the balancer feels wobbley on the end of the crank, its not tight at all. The crank seal leak is normal when the balancer falls of, it usually get's damaged or allows oil to pass by since the balancer hub isn't tightened down on top of it. After that, you're ready to tune! Since this car will be turning higher engine speeds than your average road-going commuter, we figured we'd keep the power steering hydraulic temps, water pump and alternator speed under control in one fell swoop by installing said crank pulley. Only reply I got was.
I've never looked at mine that closely. Should the engine back-fire, the reed valve opens and the gasses escape through the filter. And if someone told you they would'nt work did they say why? This would be turner actually attemted to weld the cast damper to the crank bolt washer. Once we receive your order we will then invoice you for the extra shipping. To know what the shipping would be before you order - Please call or email us for amount of extra postage. I saved so much money in bolts and balencers. Could have lost my engine with 7000 miles one month after buying the car! It has elongation of 16%.
To know what the shipping would be before you order - Please call or us for amount of extra postage. The pulley in the link doesn't say T6061 T6. The result of this little bit of extra effort is a much more durable and safer track car that now won't puke oil into the intake. During the installation it is recommended to pin the harmonic balancer. Id do it in a heartbeat if i had that problem again. Simply fax us to print a copy of our Fax Order Form Fax to: 1-352-688-8153 we will process your order and provide you with a confirmation and receipt. Set It and Forget It! Thanks The stock damper is just fine for the stock motor as long as it's tighted right.