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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 12:17 AM Thread Starter
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So, Jackfish here again. Been reading through alot of the older threads on the site and i keep reading alot about an ASP Pulley. What is that? I clicked a link to the site and it said something about 900RPM full run.... NO IDEA what that means. Would love to know though. Thanks.
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Without the whole statement, it's hard to say. Link?
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 04:45 PM
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It's an underdrive pulley that is lighter than the stock one.
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http://autospecialties.com/mopar.html

Thats the link. Its slightly down the list. Is it a worth while investment? Or does it become to much of an pain in the rear later on? Does it have any performance gains?
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It has performance gains since the engine doesn't have to work so hard to turn all the accessory's. The engine winds up quicker too supposedly. I actually had one arrive at my house this morning, I'll be trying it out on one of the cars.
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problem with smaller pulleys. once it starts to slip, it's a never ending problem.
got a 300zx that just burned through 2 new belts when it came to us with this problem. looking for a factory replacement right now. i've seen dozens through my years of wrenching that go back to factory.
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