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Old 09-18-2008, 04:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Lightweight UD pulleys in stock!

Finally. Sorry about that guys. They will be $299 for the kit with belt and step by step instructions. I'll likely have pre-buys for less early next week. Probably Monday-Wednesday and pre-buy price would be $249...less if you purchase other things. Then they would ship out about 10 days later. I'll post back if I decide to do this for sure but it probably will happen. Wanted to give you guys a heads up to try to scrounge up some money before then.
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In the summer I ll buy it, but for now, I don't have the money or time. Also, how easy/hard is it to install it? As you guys know, I'm a noob at these things.

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Is this a full pulley kit or just the under drive pulley
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Is this a full pulley kit or just the under drive pulley
Single Lightened / UD crank pulley ...... its worth it.
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Yup, i know. I've already got it
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In the summer I ll buy it, but for now, I don't have the money or time. Also, how easy/hard is it to install it? As you guys know, I'm a noob at these things.
Easy....much easier if you don't have the OEM intake in I assume.
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Oh yeah, I have the BMS CAI. So it looks like I'll be doing it over the summer then.
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Anyone happen to still have the part number for the UD pulley belt? It'll save me about an hour looking through emails. Lost that info when my comp was stolen and hadn't needed to buy more since.
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Anyone happen to still have the part number for the UD pulley belt? It'll save me about an hour looking through emails. Lost that info when my comp was stolen and hadn't needed to buy more since.
You wouldn't happen to have an o/d pulley for the alt, would you?

I run a pretty powerful sound system and need that thing spinning pretty good.
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You wouldn't happen to have an o/d pulley for the alt, would you?

I run a pretty powerful sound system and need that thing spinning pretty good.
U/D pulley will hurt your alternators performance.

How many watts RMS are you running?
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