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Old 01-12-2004, 07:27 AM   #1
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wich minor mod 2 do first

i was just curious on who thinks wat about the next thing i will be installin on the car

underdrive pullys
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hahaha why solid motor mounts?

get the pulley.
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Agreed. I dont want to sound like I'm being a jerk, because I simpily dont know... but what would solid motor mounts really do for you?
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yeah get the pulley
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Soild Motor mounts will transmit double the engine vibration throught the car into the steering colum and seats. Solid mounts are only used in race cars with such high HP they dont want them to move. No production street cars has them or wants them!!!

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pulley.
On your 95 its a easy install. Esp if you have air tools, if not i know of a way to do it.

But its cheap too, look on ebay you can get a set for like 50-70 dollars.

Cai's dont do to much but they help after a while. But they can get more expensive for brand name ones like BBk, MAC, or ect.

But EBAY also has cheap ones. Liek 50-60 bucks.

Motor mounts, dont worry, you dont want solid. Our mounts has rubber between them so it takes some of that vibration and ect out of it.
Solid basically holds the engine stiff and tight and sends that vibraition throughout the cars frame and really sucks. Like corey said its only for pure racing so that engine wont move.
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if you pull the engine for rebuild or whatnot just put the new mounts on then. you probably don't need them though, do that underdrive pulley.
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underdrive pulley is a very easy install. Theres like 4 bolts that are holding the stock crank pulley in. All you need is a good strong socket wrench and a breaker bar. Just crank those bolts off, put the new pulley on and crank em back on. I dont remember the size of the belt though, but its defanitely an easy install. Took me about 45 mins total.
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underdrive pulley is a very easy install. Theres like 4 bolts that are holding the stock crank pulley in. All you need is a good strong socket wrench and a breaker bar. Just crank those bolts off, put the new pulley on and crank em back on. I dont remember the size of the belt though, but its defanitely an easy install. Took me about 45 mins total.
Its not tha easy if the bolts are rusted or very much seized up in there.

The pulley will just spin, there are ways around this, if you dnot have a impact gun.

Holding the belt, can do it.
But if its really on there. Stick a pair of visegirps on the pulley it self, and when it moves it will get stuck in the belt, and allow you to break the bolts free.
Worked for me. 8)
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Its not tha easy if the bolts are rusted or very much seized up in there.

The pulley will just spin, there are ways around this, if you dnot have a impact gun.

Holding the belt, can do it.
But if its really on there. Stick a pair of visegirps on the pulley it self, and when it moves it will get stuck in the belt, and allow you to break the bolts free.
Worked for me.
Love that I have an impact gun and air wrench!

Makes changing tires so easy.
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corey what dont u know?? u seem to know every single thing about every single thing lol even if it aint about mustangs
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corey what dont u know?? u seem to know every single thing about every single thing lol even if it aint about mustangs
cause hes old... old people are usually wiser

(i have a feeling brother corey wont be happy with that statement )
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how old are u corey? yes i know ur old but how old?
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OK here it is in a nutshell I am a Aerospace Quality Engineer/ Analyst. I read everything on a subject I want to learn about or just go back to school. I build gaming computers on the side, I am a Aviation Mechanic and a Volvo trained auto mechanic I have raced and built Cars, Bikes and Boats. I am a ASE certified mechanic and a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers I am also a member of American Society of Quality Engineers. All my friends are engineers in different fields. I am 43 and the list can go on. I am like most of your dads but way cooler. I listen to Creed, ACDC, Tool, Jimi Hendrix, Collective Soul, Smashing Pumpkins. I go to concerts been to over 400 last ones Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie as well as Jethro Tull.

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u ever consider motivational speeking haha jk
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hey cool my posts are at 232 well they were a min ago
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falcons a post whore and corey's the "****"
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