Do you want to plan your Fluidampr installation before purchasing? Did you misplace your install sheet? In this episode of Tech Talks, Fluidampr Tech Support Rep, Nick Orefice shows you where to find official Fluidampr installation instructions. Visit our Contact page to reach out for more information.
A Fluidampr performance dampers contains a free rotating inertia ring inside a sealed outer housing. The outer housing incorporates a hub or flange that mounts to the crankshaft. Does the inner inertia ring accelerate at the same rate as the outer housing? Fluidampr Tech Support Rep, Nick Orefice provides the …
Has Fluidampr changed since the 1980s? Is there a lighter Fluidampr version in the works? Fluidampr Tech Support Rep, Nick Orefice provides the answers in this episode of Fluidampr Tech Talks. Learn more about Fluidampr here: https://fluidampr.com/engine-vibration/
Does a Fluidampr Performance Damper have a temperature limit? What temperature range is it effective at? Should I be concerned if I live in extreme cold or heat? Learn more about Fluidampr here: https://fluidampr.com/engine-vibration/
Tech support specialist, Nick Orefice, talks about how Fluidampr works. Learn more about Fluidampr here: https://fluidampr.com/engine-vibration/
Tech support specialist, Nick Orefice, introduces our new video series. Learn more about Fluidampr here: https://fluidampr.com/engine-vibration/
By Brian Wagner Published by enginelabs.com If you’re modifying your engine, then upgrading to a Fluidampr performance damper needs to be on your list of must-have performance parts. Fluidampr’s Nick Orefice (Tech Support) and Brian LeBarron (Marketing) explain why in EngineLabs latest article, Balanced Horsepower: Why OEM Harmonic Balancers Aren’t …
Gale Banks explains how this unique Fluidampr viscous damper will help prevent breaking crankshafts on high RPM, high horsepower engines.
Mike Kojima is building a Chevrolet LS3 engine for a customer’s drift car and talks about the benefits of using Fluidampr harmonic balancers. [ 14:25 mark ]
By Brian Wagner DRAGZINE.COM There’s nothing like the sound or power a large displacement engine can make, the throaty tone is unmistakable and so are the fast elapsed times they can produce. Part of having a happy big block is making sure the rotating assembly is balanced correctly with the …