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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-05-2007, 06:40 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone using a fluidampr? Is it really worth it??

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-05-2007, 10:37 AM
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Anyone using a fluidampr? Is it really worth it??
This site probably barely has a thousand threads and already it's too large to use the search function! If you want to flap your lips before engaging your brain visit TDS. https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...ight=Fluidampr
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This site probably barely has a thousand threads and already it's too large to use the search function! If you want to flap your lips before engaging your brain visit TDS. https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...ight=Fluidampr
Sorry. I have not had any coffee yet.

Well, thanks for nothin'. Drink your coffee and go back to the TDS.
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Re: Fluidampr

There is a thread on it already..lots of good info to use to make up your mind

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Re: Fluidampr

seems like people like them, they quiet it down and it runs smoother. i know bigrpowr has stated he likes his. thug started a thread on it.

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Well, thanks for nothin'. Drink your coffee and go back to the TDS.
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I friggin' did the search for you. My point is use the search tools so we do not have so many redundant threads/posts as The Drama Stop. There is a lot of interesting information in that thread. No reason to start a new one. Executive Summary: Seems ok for 7.3s but may accelerate LPOP failure in 6.0s.
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Re: Fluidampr

I have one. Truck idles smooth as glass, revs faster, on the highway its a diffent animal, get one.

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post #8 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-05-2007, 08:08 PM
 
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If he wanted to start a new thread it's fine with us.

We could start every possible thread, all give our opinion, then lock it down to search only.
Obviously that's not what we want to do since traffic is what make the world go round.

The link could have been provided without the commentary, that is what people don't like about other sites.

Ashley, to answer your question. There's some good reading on the link that was provided, and a FD is on my list
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Re: Fluidampr

Thanks for clearing that up Greg
Would you put in a melling oil pump while you were at it, or is that un-necessary??

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Melling high volume? If the stock LPOP is strong I wouldn't touch it.

If it needs one anyway I've heard the melling is a good option.
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