Re: Re: Poly 318 Timing cover, SFI Balancer Question
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Re: Re: Poly 318 Timing cover, SFI Balancer Question



 Thanks Ray for the BHJ info, will try Rich's timing tape use first, and if the does not work will get a BHJ unit. I probably will run the car at the strip occasionally so the  there is aneed for the SFI cert.
Nico
 

On 04/08/15, Ray Bell wrote:


BHJ Dynamics make a replacement balancer for the 318, you have a choice of timing mark positions on it. They make them to suit the Poly and also the LA, they aren't particularly expensive though they do have higher performance models if needed. 


 http://www.bhjdynamics.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=7_60


Do you need SFI certification? I thought that was only for drag strip use?


Ray


On Wednesday, 8 April 2015 12:53:34 UTC-4, Nico Over wrote:
 All, need to know if anyone is running a stock 318 poly timing cover and a SFI balancer? if so what brand of balancer do you have. I purchased one from EBAY but the timing marks on the balancer are located on the driver's side of timing cover whereas the stock Poly marks are located on the passenger side of the cover. I then purchased a later model timing cover with the timing marks cast into the driver's side of the cover but the fit is terrible and will force me to elongate some of the bolt holes to get it to work and I really don't want to use the 50 yr old stock balancer. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks 

Nico Over 

Okeechobee FL 

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