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New Banks compressor wheel question

Hey i got a 95 i have a rebuild kit for my turbo with a new banks compressor wheel. Do i need to balance the shaft in the turbo?
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No, the wheel itself it balanced. You'll probably see some machine work on the back of the wheel.

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fyi thanks for the quick response
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