The patented ATI Super Damper is the only damper designed exclusively for high performance engines. Inner and outer shells are available in aluminum or steel, and contain a steel inertia weight. This inertia weight has six (2-ring design) or eight (3-ring design) computer machined grooves to retain the proper durometer O-rings and is dyno tested for each application.Features:
- 3.60 lbs
- Eliminates torsional crankshaft vibrations
- Exceeds SFI 18.1 specs
- Black zinc chromate finished
- Tunable, rebuildable, and extremely efficient at ALL RPM
- Laser engraved 360 degree timing marks
- Nissan Silvia|240sx S13 SR20DE 1991-1994
If installing on a standard ôDEö engine, use ATI crank spacer #916298 behind the damper.
ATI and Jim Beattie are synonymous in the field of drag racing. It is common to find ATI equipped vehicles winning races throughout the United States, and the world. However, this tremendous success didn't happen overnight. ATI Performance Products, Inc is the creation of over 50 years of transmission and performance component manufacturing and racing experience.
Today, ATI manufactures a multitude of high performance parts including Competition Transmissions, Treemaster Converters, Super Dampers, Compu-Flow Valve Bodies, Flexplates, and Adapter Kits as well as a wide variety of performance enhancing internal components. ATI's commitment to racing has allowed the company to maintain a prominent position on the cutting edge of high performance component design and manufacturing.
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, ATI's corporate headquarters houses one of the most advanced machine shops in the industry. Jim's fascination with computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery has produced a plant equipped with some of the finest CNC lathes, milling machines and machining centers available. The tolerances and the uniformity of each manufactured part are held to the highest standards. By investing in this technology, Jim Beattie has insured that his customers receive the highest quality performance components available anywhere. Just as ATI started, everything is produced in-house, in the USA!