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To Balance or Not to balance Turbo?

I am installing new ats housing and wicked wheel. Should I have the new wheel balanced to shaft by a professional? Or bolt it up and go? Any other advice would be appreciated, thanx Alex.

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I didn't have mine ballance and I have no problems. I got a few thousand miles on mine as well.

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