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Old 03-11-2008, 01:43 AM   #81
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You know what, all this theorizing you guys are doing would be great if the resonate frequencies would flow in one direction, towards the crank pulley/"dampener". Sadly they don't. As with any wave, it will radiate equally in both directions, reach an endpoint and reverse direction at a lesser amplitude.

So, what does this rubber O-ring in the stock pulley do? Like I said, it may dampen the accessories from the crank, that is it.

If you don't believe me, why isn't there some type of dampener on the flywheel side? The harmonics of the transmission can go right through the clutch and to the crank, or vise versa.
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