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Old 09-26-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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Underdrive Pulleys

What do steeda pulleys do for mustang??
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They free up drag on the motor which results in about 8-10 HP
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I know someone selling the pulley for a 100$ good deal?
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Yea that's a fair price
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R they worth it can u tell a difference?
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It depends on what your supporting mods are
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R they worth it can u tell a difference?
Makes the same difference as running race fuel in a Toyota Carolla
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It depends on what your supporting mods are
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Then you probably won't notice a difference. If you had a lot more supporting mods then you would feel a little bit of a difference
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Then you probably won't notice a difference. If you had a lot more supporting mods then you would feel a little bit of a difference
What r some other good mods?
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CAI and tune, gears, 1 piece driveshaft, headers, etc

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Short throw shifter too. The stock one is crap
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Short throw shifter too. The stock one is crap
Driveshafts can be pricey? I have a Hurst shifter that gave 30hp lol!
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PULLEYS

There has been a lot of back and forth talk/opinions on Pulleys, a lot more Bad than good, so because of that I chose to avoid getting those Pulleys.
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Pulleys free up power, far more often then not they cause charging issues due to under driving the alt. if you go FI or are already FI they are useless and hurt performance
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I haven't heard of any issues with the pulleys on the S197's. Haven't had any issues with mine. I did do a PA Performance Alt first though. Wasn't much HP gain though.
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I haven't heard of any issues with the pulleys on the S197's. Haven't had any issues with mine. I did do a PA Performance Alt first though. Wasn't much HP gain though.
Generally speaking an upgraded alt can help or cure these issues.
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No issue with my Summit ones with the stock alternator.
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