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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-04-2008, 03:35 AM Thread Starter
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I was just wondering if any one was using a fluidampr on their engines and if it is worth it. Thanks
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I just put one on a few months ago and can't say that I really feel any kind of difference, although I hear that if you're going to be running any big HP, it won't hurt to have the added balance in the upper RPM's.
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yeah when you add a fluidampr to your crank it you will only feel the benifits at higher RPM and big HP. but in all honesty it wouldnt hurt to have one put on if your gonna be playing in those ranges of high RPM and big power. thats where the imbalances in the crank start to show there ugly head. but there are other things I would consider before putting one on my engine.
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I have not driven mine yet. But I can say the motor is smoother at idle and up into the rpm range.
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I like the ATI better some of the high rpm like this balancer about the same cost and lighter.
We have on on our promod and one going on my supermod 2wd for the DHRA


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