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I'm thinking about purchasing a Professional Products PowerForce Plus Harmonic Dampers # 90006 for my 331 stroker SBF. 68 Mustang has a mild cam, alum Trick Flow heads, Holley, pushing about 360 HP. Take it to 6200 RPM's now and then. I do not race it but wanted something better than stock. All comments welcome both good and bad.

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I'm thinking about purchasing a Professional Products PowerForce Plus Harmonic Dampers # 90006 for my 331 stroker SBF. 68 Mustang has a mild cam, alum Trick Flow heads, Holley, pushing about 360 HP. Take it to 6200 RPM's now and then. I do not race it but wanted something better than stock. All comments welcome both good and bad.
I have a similar damper on my 331 and has worked nicely for 10+years. So, I see no reason, if all else is good with fitment and the pulley attaches without conflict, why it will not do the job.
However, except for the fact the markings are much better, not sure there are any other gains.


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kenash, Not sure what you mean by your last sentence.
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kenash, Not sure what you mean by your last sentence.
Apologies for the lack of clarity. Intending to mean, the markings are a more helpful compared to the stock damper, the performance is limited to smoother timing observation, as long as, the distributor and related components are in good working order.
I'll add, use a method to verify piston TDC correlates with "0" TDC on the damper.
Hope this helps...

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