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    INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL

    Can you use an external fluid dampner on an internal balanced motor???

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    No.
    If your motor is internally balanced you "HAVE" to run a neutral balancer, fluid damper and many other performance brands make neutral balancers. You also "HAVE" to run a neutral flywheel on a motor that's internally balanced.

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    Thanks mate that answered my queston in one easy to understand sentance.

    James Hone

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    POssibly you can. Make a phone call to FluidDampener and ask if removing the extra weight on your dampener will be effective to do. Some of those do have a removabale conterweight on one side of dampener.
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    Good point Ed, and your welcome.
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