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underdrive pulleys, good or bad?


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07-19-02, 07:43 AM   #1  
underdrive pulleys, good or bad?

I just purchased a 2001 GT Mustang and the owner threw in a set of new aluminum under drive pulleys, crank, W/P & alt.
Are these any good for a daily driver, occasionally on the interstate highways but mostly in town.
I am worried about over heating at lower speeds.
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07-19-02, 09:36 AM   #2  
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Nah. Keep it stock. Those things are useless for a street car and tend to cause more problems than they are worth.

If you have problems, the dealership is likely to void your warranty unless the parts specifically state they do not void the warranty. I wouldn't gamble on a new car like that.

If it's not quick enough for ya, buy an F body GM with an LS1 .

 
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07-19-02, 10:45 AM   #3  
Thanks
I have always thought that doing things in sections without going all out will cause problems top end, low end and so on.
Kinda like installing a race cam and leaving all else stock.
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