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manayan
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manayan Dec 30, 8:08am - #361644 
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Question about AEM pully

Are the good for 2002 gts?
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Aerowilson182 Dec 30, 8:22am - #361645 

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they arent exactly good for any of our cars. Expect less than 1HP gain and you might notice that your engine revs a little faster. if you have an aftermarket sound system it might not be good because it weakens your alternator. Other than adding some bling under your Hood, the pully relly doesent do much.

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combatc87 Dec 30, 4:32pm - #361646 

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yeah, pulleys are best used on a supercharger. the less rotational mass, the less of a parasitic effect the supercharger has.

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they are crap and bad for the car.
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VSGTS14 Dec 30, 6:52pm - #361648 

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AEM pullies don't harm the car
better throttle response from it.

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ct Dec 30, 8:19pm - #361649 

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Originally Posted by tuppuguy
they are crap and bad for the car.


you really are an idiot. how are they bad for the car?? do you realize that it's the crank pullies and not the alternator pullies that are bad?? you really need to do some research...

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celicadragon Dec 30, 10:56pm - #361650 

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i thought that crank was the only bad one-water pump pulley from ur raCing and AEM alt. pulley should be fine but with an aftermarket system i think 600 watts rms is max you can use without damging something

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CelicaCrazy Dec 31, 1:08am - #361651 
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There is nothing wrong with the AEM pulley, you only notice alittle better throttle response but the crank pulley is what is bad for our cars, not the alternator.
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Clos Dec 31, 1:51am - #361652 
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Originally Posted by celicadragon
water pump pulley from ur raCing
can you give me some feedback on this? i never heard of the waterpump one?
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VSGTS14 Dec 31, 2:14am - #361653 

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yea wtf?

bottom line is that AEM doesn't harm your car in anyway.

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JettaMan Dec 31, 3:09am - #361654 

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that would be a new one to the books...

and that AEM pulley won't harm your car in any way but will probably only give you 1/2 of hp

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Sultan Dec 31, 4:58am - #361655 

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I've had no problems with the AEM pulley... as others have alluded to -> don't expect much more than a slightly better throttle response and a barely noteworthy hp gain (<1 hp)

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