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heres some more pics... here r my URs... i hope i got the names of the pulies right

(crank)



(alternator)


(pwr steering)
 

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Looks nice! Hope it gives you some gains.

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Just for the record, the top one is the power steering pump, the little one in the middle is the alternator, the big one on the bottom is the crank.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Pete:
Just for the record, the top one is the power steering pump, the little one in the middle is the alternator, the big one on the bottom is the crank.

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Correct. The one thats labeled as the alternator pulley is actually a pic of the power steering one. The one labeled as power steering shows both power steering and alternator pulleys (with the latter lying right below the former).
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by iranman:
Correct. The one thats labeled as the alternator pulley is actually a pic of the power steering one. The one labeled as power steering shows both power steering and alternator pulleys (with the latter lying right below the former). </font>
oops, yea thats why i said i hoped i named them right. i wasnt sure which were the alt and steering one.
 

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...and the top two, the crank pulley, is for ruining your bearings. It's the "bearing remover pulley." Spins 'em right out, gets rid of those pesky bearings!
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by marcucci:
...and the top two, the crank pulley, is for ruining your bearings. It's the "bearing remover pulley." Spins 'em right out, gets rid of those pesky bearings!</font>
ROTFLMAO


I can't wait until they release their new and improved "Bearing Shredder Pulley". It'll do the work of the "Bearing Remover Pulley" in half the time.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by marcucci:
...and the top two, the crank pulley, is for ruining your bearings. It's the "bearing remover pulley." Spins 'em right out, gets rid of those pesky bearings!</font>
It was only a matter of time before we endured one of you UR bashers comments.


Was just waiting for the thread.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by VeeTec:
It was only a matter of time before we endured one of you UR bashers comments.


Was just waiting for the thread.


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yea same here, except i made the thread


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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by meythodrider:
How do pullies contribute to performance gains?</font>

They eliminate parasitic drag caused by the effort it takes the motor to turn the heavier stock pulleys. The crank pulley is the biggest difference, but the lighter p/s and alternator pulley's help as well.

In other words it frees up h.p. lost to turn the heavier stock pulleys.
 
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