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Old 03-27-2012, 09:49 PM   #1
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Looking for stock pulleys for a 95 GT
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Looking for stock pulleys for a 95 GT
What all do you need??
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I got a set of three aluminum underdrive pulleys. I removed the alternator under already. Wanna change the other two back to stock pulleys
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Got all three but they're off a Cobra. Don't think there is a difference
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What are you looking at getting for them? Thanks
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Got all three but they're off a Cobra. Don't think there is a difference
You a$$hole I asked him first!! jk I can't find my old water pump pulley anyway

Why are u changing them back??
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Any set will be much help... I've had a hard time getting the car to run right since the underdrives were installed... Thought i could just change the alternator pulley back to stock to get the charging system back to normal. Got that straight now my oil pressure gauge drops off while in idle. Little issues is like to get resolved
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Re: stock pulleys 95 5.0

see i have stock on my 94 gt and am wanting underdrive pullies on mine
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Still looking for stock GT pulleys
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Any set will be much help... I've had a hard time getting the car to run right since the underdrives were installed... Thought i could just change the alternator pulley back to stock to get the charging system back to normal. Got that straight now my oil pressure gauge drops off while in idle. Little issues is like to get resolved
If your oil pressure drops off at idle that is usually a sign of worn engine bearings or the idle is to slow.


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I am pretty sure the idle is too low at this point. Its idling at about 600... What would you suggest is a good Idle setting.
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I am pretty sure the idle is too low at this point. Its idling at about 600... What would you suggest is a good Idle setting.
I think it is in the 800-900 RPM range.
Check your Chilton's or Haynes manual to be sure.
They should also have the procedure for how to set your idle in them.
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Do you still have your crank pulley?
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I think it is in the 800-900 RPM range.
Check your Chilton's or Haynes manual to be sure.
They should also have the procedure for how to set your idle in them.
I set mine at 800
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I am pretty sure the idle is too low at this point. Its idling at about 600... What would you suggest is a good Idle setting.
just so u know... the alternator stops charging or turns off at 650. anything below that and you can expect idleing problems and other issues.

the pcm needs a certain amount of juice to work correctly, as well as powering the ignition system, not to mention hurting the fuel pump. when the pcm isnt getn enoough juice... the car will do sum wacky stuff.

i run 650-700rpm... cause i love the lopey idle.
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just so u know... the alternator stops charging or turns off at 650. anything below that and you can expect idleing problems and other issues.
There you go, you taught me something new for the day.
I never knew that. I always assumed that at some point there wouldn't be enough revs to produce any power, but I never knew what the lower limit was.


Thank you, now I can rest easy for the rest of the day.
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There you go, you taught me something new for the day.
I never knew that. I always assumed that at some point there wouldn't be enough revs to produce any power, but I never knew what the lower limit was.


Thank you, now I can rest easy for the rest of the day.
yup, i used to have a slight overdrive pulley for the alternator i took off of a escort. that way i could idle down to 500-600rpm, get that super lopey idle, sound freakn awsome when i idle in to a hot rod meet. but with the peace of mind knowing my car would re-start and not running excessivley rich cause the plugs are getn juice...

now i run a 3g alternator, and dont overdrive the alternator anymore.

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you can run into a similar issue from over gapping the plugs when using an igniton box and high output coil...
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yup, i used to have a slight overdrive pulley for the alternator i took off of a escort. that way i could idle down to 500-600rpm, get that super lopey idle, sound freakn awsome when i idle in to a hot rod meet. but with the peace of mind knowing my car would re-start and not running excessivley rich cause the plugs are getn juice...

now i run a 3g alternator, and dont overdrive the alternator anymore.

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you can run into a similar issue from over gapping the plugs when using an igniton box and high output coil...
I bought a 200 amp alt to ensure that I have enough juice to run all of the electrical components I will be using. I may give that super low idle a try sometime.


I've always had better luck "under-gapping" my plugs from the .050" or larger gaps suggested. Naturally aspirated I run them at .042" - .045" and they work just fine and the engine performs very well. When I add the SC I will probably need to close them up even more, probably in the .030" - .035" range.
What do you run yours at and have you tried any of the Irridium fine tipped plugs?
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I bought a 200 amp alt to ensure that I have enough juice to run all of the electrical components I will be using. I may give that super low idle a try sometime.


I've always had better luck "under-gapping" my plugs from the .050" or larger gaps suggested. Naturally aspirated I run them at .042" - .045" and they work just fine and the engine performs very well. When I add the SC I will probably need to close them up even more, probably in the .030" - .035" range.
What do you run yours at and have you tried any of the Irridium fine tipped plugs?
i run super cold "accel plugs". and motor craft when i can find them. i run at 38-40 on the gap.

i run the stock 3g cause it was a cheap upgrade. a few seconds with the grinder... and 14 bucks for the alternator if i pull it. and voila... i go from 75 to 130amps without breakn my wallet i dont run a stereo system either though. just msd everything.

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i did the "over gap" thing when i first started the hobby. msd used to have an advertisment that said, "now you can run a whopping
(60 or 70) gap with an msd box". i thought if 54 is good... 75 should be better..lmao

box was steal'n all the juice. wouldnt charge the battery. a jegs phone tech figured it out. had taken it to two shops, and noone knew why the battery wouldnt charge...

lmao... you live and learn
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i run super cold "accel plugs". and motor craft when i can find them. i run at 38-40 on the gap.

i run the stock 3g cause it was a cheap upgrade. a few seconds with the grinder... and 14 bucks for the alternator if i pull it. and voila... i go from 75 to 130amps without breakn my wallet i dont run a stereo system either though. just msd everything.
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i did the "over gap" thing when i first started the hobby. msd used to have an advertisment that said, "now you can run a whopping
(60 or 70) gap with an msd box". i thought if 54 is good... 75 should be better..lmao

box was steal'n all the juice. wouldnt charge the battery. a jegs phone tech figured it out. had taken it to two shops, and noone knew why the battery wouldnt charge...

lmao... you live and learn
So you don't have any trouble with the boost "blowing out the fire" at those gaps?
No experience yet on my end, but the "common consensus" used to be that the gaps needed to be pretty small to keep that from happening.


I wish I could have used the 3G, but running an electric fan, water pump, MSD ignition and 2 fuel pumps, I was worried about having enough capacity. I don't remember exactly what I had to pay (around $300+ I think) for the 200 amp, but it was expensive. Took about 6 months of scrounging cash to get it purchased.


I never would have guessed that the plug gap could have caused an issue like that.
Hahaha! Learned something new again. Twice in one day, now I can take tomorrow off.
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So you don't have any trouble with the boost "blowing out the fire" at those gaps?
No experience yet on my end, but the "common consensus" used to be that the gaps needed to be pretty small to keep that from happening.


I wish I could have used the 3G, but running an electric fan, water pump, MSD ignition and 2 fuel pumps, I was worried about having enough capacity. I don't remember exactly what I had to pay (around $300+ I think) for the 200 amp, but it was expensive. Took about 6 months of scrounging cash to get it purchased.


I never would have guessed that the plug gap could have caused an issue like that.
Hahaha! Learned something new again. Twice in one day, now I can take tomorrow off.
i think i had gapped at low thirties a long time ago cause i heard of the flame getn blown out as well. i never experienced it though.

when it happens it would be like a miss or pingn (detonation). it will still fire, but it will fire from the compression like a diesal engine (detonation).. instead of the timed event from the plug itself.

as far as alternators....
i run msd box, coil, electric fan, and 255lph pump... i got a 1000cca battery..and i have not run into any issues. all on my 3g... and power windows, not sure that matters..but ppl act like power windows kill alternators.lol.

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also, im only running 11psi of boost. thats not even a full atosphere. everyone thinks 11pounds is alot. but the more you learn, the more you realize its not. especialy if you have low compression heads, and dont get greedy with timing. i have ported e7's(only on exhaust side).

in my opinion. i dont think its an issue until you hit 17-20psi.... maybe even more. i got friends here that run 12-14psi on stock bottom 302's like me, and i havent heard anyone complain bout it.

all the ppl i know run stock bottms aka "the low boost club..14psi or less"...i dont hang out with the "heavy boost" crowd. lol. so i couldnt tell you diffinitively when the flame fronts start to blow out.
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I also have an msd coil and distributor on the car, with under drive crank and waterpump pulleys. I had a mad box on the car but had the same issue, two shops and neither one could get the car running correctly with it on. So one machanic took the box off and said its defective... Still have it in my trunk
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I also have an msd coil and distributor on the car, with under drive crank and waterpump pulleys. I had a mad box on the car but had the same issue, two shops and neither one could get the car running correctly with it on. So one machanic took the box off and said its defective... Still have it in my trunk
Contact MSD and send it in to be tested and repaired.
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i had a bad msd box that i purchased used.they fixed it for like 40$. they told me maximun charge of 80$ and minimum charge of 30$ so it is worth sending it off.but dont let someone else try to repair box.because if its tampered with they wont touch it.
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yeah i bought mine brand new from Vansenes and had it put on, Im not sure if i can check it at home or if I have to send it off? Any Ideas
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i used the trouble shooting in this document http://www.msdignition.com/uploadedF...structions.pdf .then when i still couldnt get it to work i called msd tech.they will guide you through all the testing also if you need.

when did you purchase it?it may still be under warranty?
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here in ohio, jeg's has an msd box testing machine....

i bought a msd btm box for fifty bucks cause the guy thought it was bad. he just had it wired wrong
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here in ohio, jeg's has an msd box testing machine....

i bought a msd btm box for fifty bucks cause the guy thought it was bad. he just had it wired wrong
You lucky devil, that's the kind of deal I'm searching for.
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You lucky devil, that's the kind of deal I'm searching for.
after talkn to my blower manufacturer... i find out that it is a bit of overkill for under a full atmosphere with my heads. so i guesse i will hold on to it til i decide to build my 15psi 351

anyway, i got the btm box from a guy on ebay. better than the 254.00 i was prepared to spend...lol.
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after talkn to my blower manufacturer... i find out that it is a bit of overkill for under a full atmosphere with my heads. so i guesse i will hold on to it til i decide to build my 15psi 351

anyway, i got the btm box from a guy on ebay. better than the 254.00 i was prepared to spend...lol.
Heck, go ahead and put it on there.
Every car I have ever put one on has been more responsive and ran a bit better.
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