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Apr 13, 9:39pm - #11911 
Pulley, is it worth it?

Which pulley is better between AEM & UR?
for GTS.

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Apr 13, 10:18pm - #11912 
I heard the pulley gives good gains in the GT 7-10fp torque, but I thought in the GTS it was like 1-3fpt since it's already a pretty powerful engine (since the pulleys are taking back power from your alternator and lightening up the stock pulleys, you get good gains in the... lower end... engines like.. my GT) smile

I am skipping the pulleys I don't want to destroy my amp. Not worth the dammage to the battery or power drain to my amp, heard from a guy I trust, he said the pulleys are really for at the track, and only at the track, and the guys who have them (who know what they are doing) put the stock pulleys back on when they are not racing.

[ 04-14-2003, 12:59 AM: Message edited by: FX-MAN ]

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