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problems with pullies #178929 May 14, 10:47am May 14, 10:47am
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problems with pullies
has anyone had any problems at idel with AEM pullies. or any problems at all with pullies?

Re: problems with pullies [Re: southcak9] #178930 May 14, 11:16am May 14, 11:16am
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Originally Posted by southcak9
has anyone had any problems at idel with aem pullies. or any problems at all with pullies?


dont get a undampened crank pulley,

myself and about 4 others (out of 8 who replied to thread 40% ratio) have already blown their oil pumps or had related failures due to an aftermarket crank pulley.

accessory pulles seem to be okay however.


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Re: problems with pullies [Re: Illusive] #178931 May 14, 11:46am May 14, 11:46am
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I had no problem with my AEM pullies.


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Re: problems with pullies [Re: blackcel] #178932 May 14, 11:49am May 14, 11:49am
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^^Ditto.

Re: problems with pullies [Re: DaBigTickett] #178933 May 14, 12:52pm May 14, 12:52pm
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Originally Posted by DaBigTickett
^^Ditto.

those AEM pullies wont cause and power failures at idel or blow an engine.


all those engine mods you have made are the ones i was looking at doing --
the AEM CAI
the dc headers and the AEM pullies
are the power gains noticeable?

Re: problems with pullies [Re: southcak9] #178934 May 14, 1:30pm May 14, 1:30pm
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i hope not cause mine are getting put on as i type this


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Re: problems with pullies [Re: csheriff] #178935 May 14, 2:02pm May 14, 2:02pm
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AEM does not make a CRANK pulley

it does make an accessory pulley the alternator, and i said before those are okay.

its the crank pulleys you need to steer away from. Since he said all pulleys not just AEM i had to comment on the dangers of the "other" pulley


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