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How did they solve the issue of damaged cranks?
Pretty sure they have some kind of coating or something on the hellcat cranks thats supposed to help keep the balancer from spinning.
Edit: the coating is on the washer for the crank bolt, not the crank itself
 
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Oh and the hellcat/demons have higher torque ratings for the crank bolt which I'm sure is to help keep it from spinning. I have seen hellcats spin the balancer tho and it ain't pretty, always cars with smaller pulleys btw not stock
 
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Pretty sure they have some kind of coating or something on the hellcat cranks thats supposed to help keep the balancer from spinning.
Edit: the coating is on the washer for the crank bolt, not the crank itself
I was watching YT clips of guys drilling their cranks, and thought... Why not just use a serrated washer? :geek:
 
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