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post #1 of 3 Old 02-14-2009, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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anybody changed out there damper ? i have been reading up on them and it seems its a good thing to upgrade when you start modifying for more HP and TORQUE. i was looking at a fluidampr performance damper. thanks guys

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TheDarthStroker has one on his truck and likes it a lot. But it's b!cth to get on and off. Per Darth

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Thier not bad to change, I would recommend an ATI damper over the Fluiddamper. The fluiddampers are heavier than stock and pretty much turn your crank into a jump rope from what some of our engine builders tell me.

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