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Old 01-28-2013, 05:31 PM   #1
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Underdrive pulley

Just out of curiosity because I know the sales world is full of false or glorified info... Has anyone installed a Underdrive pulley here and what do you guys think about it? Worth the $$?
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Lololol i was just about to write a thread on this im in the market for one my self doing research right now there a bit expensive lol
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Old 01-28-2013, 06:21 PM   #3
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Yea just a little pricey that I'm not sure if I want to risk it . There are barely any for the 99-04 style sixxers. I found one on a site for about 200 I don't remember it now it's on my computer at home. What have you seen?
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I think il wait and just buy a nos kit
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I'm not crazy with the idea of messing around with nos but I'm also going to college and on a budget
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I have under drive pulleys on my ranger 3.0 and I think they give me a good amount of horsepower. I think there worth it
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Thanks for that input... I have another question.. Would a pulley for a gt work with our sixxers? They are quite a bit cheaper and easier to find.. There isn't t much out there for the v6.
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I have the bbk pulley for my 98 it works good
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Idk about fitment but there cheaper because they make more of them and people are more worried about getting more performance out of there v8's verses v6's
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An underdrive pully is like a cai, adds a little pep but not nothing too noticeable.
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:41 PM   #11
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UDP's are one of those things you add, WITH a CAI, Exhaust, to feel it all 3 at once is a decent kick.. Get them all 3 with some 3.73's and a tune and you will really feel it wake up.
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