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aem vs ux pulleys #10969 Apr 4, 7:40am Apr 4, 7:40am
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aem vs ux pulleys
since i'm very unpatient about waiting on adjustible cams being developed for 01 gt, i was wondering should i get AEM pulley or ux pulleys(for 01 gt)?the AEM pulley is much cheaper than the ux set, but i heard the ux set is much more effective than just the AEM alt pulley? any thoughts/advice??? confused

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Re: AEM vs ux pulleys [Re: Bradcelica] #10970 Apr 4, 9:19am Apr 4, 9:19am
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I was wondering the same thing until I bought my AEM pulley. The UR set is nice, but I wouldnt want to see what it does to your motor in the long run. The crank pulley is the factor or wear... watch out


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