Externally Balanced Flywheel
So I've done some searching and I'm a bit confused on what I need to do. I have a 383 and after searching I'm realizing that its externally balanced. I'm doing a transmission change so I thought I'd change out the flywheel and clutch while I'm at it. The engine, flywheel and clutch only have 800 miles on them but I didn't shim my first starter correctly and wore some of the teeth on the flywheel, so I want to change it. My new transmission has the bigger input shaft so that's why I'm changing the clutch. I bought a new McLeod flywheel (460122) that is zero balanced and the MeLeod external weight kit for it. Is it as simple as adding the weight to the flywheel or do I need to have it balanced by a machine shop? The flywheel that came off was a Ram 1523.
Thanks for the help
1969 Camaro, 383, M23Z from Jody's Transmission, Ford 9 inch w/3.00 gears, Ridetech tubular A arms, coil overs, 4 Link, Wilwood brakes, No Weeds cutouts, e-stopp, kick panels and package tray from The Shop LLC, TMI seats and one piece headliner, Vintage Air