The patented ATI Super Damper is the only damper designed
exclusively for high performance engines.
Eliminates torsional crankshaft vibrations
Exceeds SFI 18.1 specs
Black zinc chromate finished
Tunable, rebuildable, and extremely efficient at
Laser engraved 360° timing marks
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 (dyno tested for each application).
DRY SUMP CONVERSIONS ONLY. CALL FOR OEM REPLACEMENT
STREET: P/S, Air,
4 CYL 
4 & 5 Rib w/PS Pulley
- 4 CYL OEM SIZE BELTS
GT-R 7-RIB 5% UD
16% UD for power steering. AC, water pump and alternator
are all 6%UD.
 Damper includes new billet
aluminum water pump pulley for clearance. AC is a 25%
OD. Do not use a belt if racing! 3% UD power steering,
10% UD for alternator.
 If installing on a standard
“DE” engine, you must use ATI crank spacer
#916298 behind the damper.
 Power steering pulley
is 11% UD.
 Only works on Dry Sump motors with no dipstick. OEM dipstick will not clear damper.
 Power steering pulley is 6% UD, alternator,water pump is 12% UD.
 Power steering pulley is 8% OD, alternator,water pump is 6% OD.
How to read
Locate the correct manufacturer's chart
Choose the specific engine application listed
down the left side of the chart
Determine if the damper needs to be internally
or externally balanced ( external balance dampers are constructed
of steel only). Black bars that extend horizontally across the
entire chart designate these sections
Determine if you need steel or aluminum shells.
Labels for this information are listed across the top of the chart
in columns 2 and 3.
Once you have determined the shell material,
you need to find the outside diameter (OD) of the desired steel
or aluminum shell. Then choose between 2 or 3 rings and the desired
weight of the damper.
From the far right section of the chart, select
either a steel or aluminum hub for your desired engine application.
To determine the correct damper assembly part number that intersects
is the correct damper assembly.
Assembly part numbers that are color coded
correspond to the pulley mount bolt pattern listed near the top
of the charts.