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Old 05-09-2012, 08:18 AM   #1
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Hello I am currently building a new stroker for my roushcharger 2006 mustang. Basically need another opinion regarding belt size. So I have the m90 plus bolting on the 2.57 pulley and 90mm idler %10 Iw harmonic ballancer.. Now i need to know if my current belt will work? Am I running my accessories to fast? Should I get underdrive pulleys? (water, a/c) anyone have any insight would be appreciated

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