Chevy Steel Dampers
ATI 917062 Super Damper Standard 8.074 in. Harmonic Balancer Features:
- Eliminates torsional crankshaft vibrations
- Exceeds SFI 18.1 specifications
- Tunable, rebuildable, and efficient at all RPMs
- Laser-engraved 360-degree timing marks
- Black zinc-chromate finish
Does an ATI super damper add HP?
- Improves engine efficiency, releasing trapped horsepower.
- The ATI Super Damper reduces parasitic losses.
- Allows the engine to utilize more power for increased performance.
What is the benefit of the ATI super damper?
- Reduces torsional vibrations, protecting the engine.
- Enhances durability, extends engine life.
- Improves throttle response and power delivery.
What is the difference between OEM and super damper?
- Super Damper offers better torsional vibration control.
- Higher durability compared to standard OEM dampers.
- Enables increased engine efficiency and power transfer.
What is a super damper for on crankshaft pulley?
- Reduces harmonic vibrations for smoother engine operation.
- Protects against crankshaft and timing gear wear.
- Enhances stability and performance under high RPM conditions.
The ATI Super Damper, like the BBC Super Damper, optimizes power delivery by reducing vibrations, enhancing engine life, and unlocking trapped horsepower, distinguishing itself from standard OEM dampers in performance and durability.
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