ATI Overdriven Super Damper / 2015+ Dodge Charger/Challenger Hellcat / Trackhawk / 6.2L SC V8

SKU: 918485
$549.99 USD

ATI Overdriven Super Damper / 2015+ Dodge Charger/Challenger Hellcat / Trackhawk / 6.2L SC V8

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ATI's 10% Overdriven Super Damper for the 2015+ HEMI Hellcat 6.2L Supercharged engine is the perfect way to get more power from your Hellcat.

The new 8.9” diameter, 2024 billet aluminum-shell damper with a steel hub increases boost by 3 psi and with custom tuning has yielded 60 more HP at the rear tires using 93 octane pump gas, and even more on E85.

The ATI Super Damper is better capable of handling a wider variety of driving habits that Hellcat owners will put their new cars through, especially with the added HP. OEM dampers are optimally tuned to a narrow band of perceived normal driving conditions and do not perform well outside of those limits. The ATI Super Damper can handle mostly any engine speeds and driving conditions that get thrown at it to better protect your engine. ATI Super Dampers provide balanced dampening of torsional crankshaft vibrations through all RPM ranges and exceed SFI 18.1 Safety Certification for competition use.

Product Features:

  • Instant HP increase
  • Increase boost by 3 psi, gain up to 60 HP
  • Can handle a variety of engine speeds and driving conditions
  • Exceeds SFI safety certification for competition use

SKU: 918485

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KOW Performance, LLC will ship the order as soon as the parts become available. Please allow 5-7 business days for in-stock items to arrive.

Once tracking information has been provided, cancellations are subject to a 25% restocking fee, unless it is an approved claims for reason such as goods damages during shipment.  Returns 30 days post purchase date will not be honored.


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