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I have a 93 prelude si and i was wondering if they make a crankshaft pulley for my car. I think they do. But is the pulley going to be bigger than stock or smaller. I ask because my friend ordered a crank pulley for his 2.0L elcipse and it was way smaller than stock. thinking about getting one. Plus do you guys know of a good brand to get?

P.S. ATTN:Veetec I think that you have one don't you could you give me some info on it.

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www.unorthodoxracing.com They have a searchable application guide. Try it, I am sure they make something for your car.

I would do a search and look at some of the posts I have made regarding underdrive crank pulleys. There are a few interesting threads for you to read.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by 71dsp:
www.unorthodoxracing.com They have a searchable application guide. Try it, I am sure they make something for your car.

I would do a search and look at some of the posts I have made regarding underdrive crank pulleys. There are a few interesting threads for you to read.
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Just a few??? lol!!!!


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Yeah, only a "few."


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Add the word "bearings" to "pulley" and see what comes up


The other choice is AEM's pulleys which are larger accessory pulleys instead of the smaller crank pulley, probably safer.
 

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Of course, you know what you're doing.


Mixing AEM pullies with an underdrive crank pully. The Unorthodox underdrive crank pully eliminates the harmonic dampener from the crankshaft. Is this good? well, ask Billy (71dsp) or read his previous posts.

Plus, the accessories will become WAY underdriven with both the AEM pullies and the crankshaft pully, possibly causing them to become overworked at idle. Determining the correct belt size will also be difficult

Why not spend your money wisely, like buying another tranny to replace your new one when it breaks again? Or try a VTEC tranny, they are geared more aggressively for better acceleration.

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