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    Junior Member APPRENTICE
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    harmonic balancer

    IM looking into scats harmonic balancer POWERFORCE+PLUS SFI SERIES 9000 6 3/4" external balanced in my 406 with scat internals i wanted to see if anyone else had used it and with what kind of luck they've had with it

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    ATI

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
    ATI

    x2!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRabbit
    Quote Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
    ATI

    x2!!

    x3!!

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    I actually run one from a PBM. Have a new ati on shelf as a spare.

    A lot of ATI blems get sold on ebay, most dont know it but they are so make sure you buy new if looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    I actually run one from a PBM. Have a new ati on shelf as a spare.

    A lot of ATI blems get sold on ebay, most dont know it but they are so make sure you buy new if looking.

    If they're so good then why do they have alot of blems??

    IMO>they should scrap or destroy them....

    It just dont make sense to let them get out on the open market.

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    ATI

    I used to run a Fluidamper until I actually did some research online. Some say they are not too good.

    It seems like most ALL the people that KNOW, will tell you to run an ATI, so that's good enough for me. Cost is about the same as others and they are rebuildable.

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    The only problem I ever had with an ATI is the bolts were not tight when I took it out of the box. I guess it really wasn't a problem because you should check them before installing it anyway. Put just a dab of blue loctite on the bolts and you shouldn't ever have a problem. They only torque to something like 14 or 16lbs. It's not much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepx111
    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    I actually run one from a PBM. Have a new ati on shelf as a spare.

    A lot of ATI blems get sold on ebay, most dont know it but they are so make sure you buy new if looking.

    If they're so good then why do they have alot of blems??

    IMO>they should scrap or destroy them....

    It just dont make sense to let them get out on the open market.

    Cp
    A lot of the times it could be a scratch that makes them a blem. Some are worse off though. Seen one have a broken hub on it a few months ago.
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