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Old 04-14-2011, 02:54 PM   #1
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We just put on a new pypes off road mid pipe and there one problem I have...theres a 3/4 inch piping that used to bolt up to the stock midpipe on the hanger in the middle. it leads to somewhere towards the motor...can anyone tell me what that is???
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We just put on a new pypes off road mid pipe and there one problem I have...theres a 3/4 inch piping that used to bolt up to the stock midpipe on the hanger in the middle. it leads to somewhere towards the motor...can anyone tell me what that is???
It goes to the smog pump.
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What does it do, can it be removed?
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Smoke delete kit. Gain like 10 horse and lose some weight while your at it
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Old 04-14-2011, 05:00 PM   #5
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Re: New exhaust

I just took mine off you can buy a smog delete pulley for about 75.00 or so that will fill the spot the smog pump comes off. The only issue you may have is if you are in a state the checks for them for any reason.
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DONT BUY SMOG delete pulley and bracket. All u do is go buy a shorter belt and don't run it over the smog pump. That bracket is a waist of money. I did it on all my foxes and threw pump away
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DONT BUY SMOG delete pulley and bracket. All u do is go buy a shorter belt and don't run it over the smog pump. That bracket is a waist of money. I did it on all my foxes and threw pump away
Plus 1. That's what I did. I totally forgot about that
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I just do it this way so I can get a replacement belt easy I guess. Plus I kind of liked the look of the billett pump delete I got.

Either way works fine I guess.
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I just do it this way so I can get a replacement belt easy I guess. Plus I kind of liked the look of the billett pump delete I got.

Either way works fine I guess.
yeah u do got a point there, i have no idea what size my belt is
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Re: New exhaust

both yall make sum good points there. that's wut i did too (short belt). but i stuffed the belt jackets in my tool box so i know the size.
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Somewhere in the vast expanse of the internet I've seen a diagram with all the correct 5.0 belt sizes and routes for different pulley configurations. It's been years though.

Found it: http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/f...his71/doit.jpg
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Somewhere in the vast expanse of the internet I've seen a diagram with all the correct 5.0 belt sizes and routes for different pulley configurations. It's been years though.

Found it: http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/f...his71/doit.jpg
That's awesome man. Some good info
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I'm sure that is with stock pulleys though right
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I believe so. I think with no smog pump and underdrives I ran about an 82" belt instead of the 84.5".
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