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AEM Pully Kit!!!

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Old 04-24-2007, 10:21 PM
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Default AEM Pully Kit!!!

Hey whats up guys I have not been posting but I assure you that I am on here everyday... My Wife can confirm...LOL... You and that DAMM car [:@][:@]!
That what she says... Anyway I found some AEM True Pullies around my way for $100 Brand new... I have talked about doing this mod before and need some opions...

Should I do it?
What are the benefits?
Should I put the Belts that come with it or should I keep the OEM ones...
I just had the Timing belt water pump done.. so I am assuming that my belts are all new... HELP!!!!
 
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Old 04-24-2007, 10:58 PM
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Default RE: AEM Pully Kit!!!

I'm glad you posted this because I am planning on the AEM pulley kit and cam gears for my 99. Hope someone has some input on this topic.
 
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Old 04-24-2007, 11:33 PM
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Default RE: AEM Pully Kit!!!

just installed the set and i'm very happy. Low RPM power band is smoother and once you hit 4k it really seems to utilize thoes extra ponies freed up. Also reduced my rough idle and improved gas mileage. you need to use the belts that come with it because they're different size than OEM, i believe. I mean, it obviously wasn't as drastic a gain as even an intake, but i think it was money well spent. PM if you have any more questions.
 
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