Normal stock dampers wear out and engine performance upgrades increase naturally occurring harmful crankshaft torsional vibrations. Install a Fluidampr viscous damper to reduce wear on the main bearings and timing gear, achieve more accurate valvetrain operation and lower the risk of crank failure. Unlike rubber based dampers, Fluidampr automatically adapts to any engine modifications and constantly self-tunes in real time to protect across the entire RPM range. Features precision machined and computer balanced components that never need to be tuned or rebuilt.
A Fluidampr performance damper has three components:
1. Outer housing
2. Inner inertia ring
3. Silicone fluid
The outer housing is what mounts to the crankshaft. When combustion triggers rapid twisting and rebounding (torsional vibration), the outer housing and inner inertia ring move in-and-out of phase with each other. The motion of the inner inertia ring through the silicone creates shear which eliminates unwanted vibration.