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Cadillac 500 in 98 chevy truck
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Did you consider putting it on the backside of the balancer? The holes on one side of the reluctor I assume are for balancing (for when its on the LS1 crank) - I wonder if drilling more holes around the other side to better balance it would be necessary (I don't know if the Caddy balancer is neutral balanced or not) - maybe its not enough weight to be concerned with. Also, can one paint/anodize/powder coat a reluctor - since its steel won't it eventually rust? I'm going to take a look at doing this on a Mark IV BBC. Thanks. -Bob

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I think the balancer was too close to the timing cover to put the reluctor on the backside---I really don't remember. I don't think the balance would be a factor. Remember the reluctor spins on center with the crank not a reciprocating motion.

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