there is already a prototype for the spec v. why else would jwt have cams and valve spring comming out for the spec v. btw the prototype cams are in a pro rally car right nowjspecv said:
Yea, I've heard that for years re: my 98 Sentra SR20. I'm not trying to jump on anyone, or sound negative. JWT has been very very good to us.
Pretty good Aftermarket support, not even been out a whole year.
silverspecvt said:wait a minute, u said that, sorry been up since 4 am lookin at car stuff, now its all gumbled in my head
hey by the way what advantages, or negitives would a new flywheel from stillen be, i hear it retails around 400.00
removing the balanced shafts will free up 8hp, and according to the experts will have no ill effects on your motor. So think of it as free hp trapped in your motor.lbcklik1486 said:I know this has probably already been answered, but whut does taking out the balancing shafts do. IE, whut are the advantages, and disadvantages?
Sorry for a probable repost.
red SE-R said:
I have not heard anything about them locking up at 7K now what i'm curious about is just what is the reason for them.. is is to cancel low end vibration? do they stablize the lower end?
nissan put it there for a reason and dammit i wanna know .
and i read Torry's post about it, and im wondering if the removal is reversable. since you have to (quick way) cut the chain that drives it.
I know that some other cars used something similar like the ghost of a car the mitsubishi starion (friend of mine has one)
so if anyone knows and can tell me what this thingy is really for. I would greatly appreciate it.
i want to remove it but im a little hesitant.