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gts22 Aug 24, 9:14pm - #38969 
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pullies

how much hp will i get with pullies
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InsaneImport Aug 24, 9:48pm - #38970 

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i say about ummmm 1 hp

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ryansceli Aug 24, 10:52pm - #38971 
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maybe 2, 3 if you're lucky, this is assuming you're talking about the AEM underdrive alternator pulley. I dont know how much the UR pulleys give.

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spaztikid Aug 24, 11:44pm - #38972 
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ur ... unorthadox racing right?...whats the difference?
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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 25, 2:14am - #38973 
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If you get the UR pullies, you are looking at probably around 8 hp. You are replacing the crank pulley with their kit and that is where the numbers will come from.
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XxNavixX Aug 25, 2:39am - #38974 
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so you get 8 hp with just the crank pulley? what if you also upgrade to the whole pulley set?
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Kim Aug 25, 2:52am - #38975 
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ummmm...before you guys get aftermarket pulley sets, i thought that you should know that, in our stock pulley there is a harmonic balancer that surpresses vibrations that may loosen bolts and nuts around your engine, so basically aftermarket pullies that lack this feature could F*ck up your engine. i should know my bro's Bimmer got it's oil pump nut loose and no oil came into the engine, but we're not completely sure if the underdrive pulley is what caused it, we had it in for about 2 years. all i'm sayin is be careful, and Fully research the parts you buy, cause everything has certain side effects.

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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 25, 3:24am - #38976 
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Originally Posted by Kim
ummmm...before you guys get aftermarket pulley sets, i thought that you should know that, in our stock pulley there is a harmonic balancer that surpresses vibrations that may loosen bolts and nuts around your engine, so basically aftermarket pullies that lack this feature could F*ck up your engine. i should know my bro's Bimmer got it's oil pump nut loose and no oil came into the engine, but we're not completely sure if the underdrive pulley is what caused it, we had it in for about 2 years. all i'm sayin is be careful, and Fully research the parts you buy, cause everything has certain side effects.


This is true.
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XxNavixX Aug 25, 4:06am - #38977 
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we talkin about all pulley kits like the crank pulley and accessory pullies?
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Kim
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Kim Aug 25, 6:56am - #38978 
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yes

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XxNavixX Aug 25, 7:14am - #38979 
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damn, and i was gonna buy the UR crank pulley. maybe i should just stick with AEM.
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Kim Aug 25, 7:27am - #38980 
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no you don't understand, ALL pullies will cause this. so stock is SAFEST!!

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IAD Aug 25, 8:07am - #38981 
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You should buy what you can AEM and then get the rest in UR. The UR kit is super expensive. I know my cost on the UR vs. AEM kit is 3:1. happywink
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spaztikid Aug 25, 2:59pm - #38982 
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if its gonna fuck shit up then its not worth the 1 hp of the AEM pully.
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ct Aug 25, 3:20pm - #38983 

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here we go again...AEM pullies for our car DOES NOT REQUIRE REMOVAL OF HARMONIC BALANCER...it says so right on the box and it's the first thing you see thumbsup

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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Rice Aug 25, 3:23pm - #38984 

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Tony's probably gonna yell at me, but...

Please please PLEASE do a search next time, this topic has been covered at least three times in the last week.

If you want to get hp out of a lightweight pulley set, go with the UR set. It is safe to use as long as you install it properly.
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isaac Aug 25, 3:26pm - #38985 
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thanks rice...

http://www.aempower.com/product_pulley.asp

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