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Old 08-10-2010, 12:04 PM
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What Damper will work??

Hey guys I bought this car with 355w/ 6-71 blower and the damper was not the right one and i keep having trouble finding the right one to fit with my 2-v pulley if anybody could tell me what they use that would be great

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You're running a 6-71 w/2 V-belts? Besides a double keywayed crank snout, you can use a damper from any quality manufacturer- like ATI, Romac, etc. except for liquid-filled dampers. They are not recommended, IIRC.
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No i have a 2-v belt accesory pulley then the blower pulley . yes i have a dual keyway crank
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My old school method was to use a hub with a blower, rather than a balancer, because the load on the crank is completely different when making boost off the snout. I would check with a blower retailer like BDS and ask for their recommendation.
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Old 08-11-2010, 03:56 PM
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I called Weiand and they told me to use a ATI balancer

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