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Old 10-28-2009, 08:50 AM   #1
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I been looking at underdrive pulleys for awhile and ive came up with steedas and motoblue's pulley system. Anyone running either? I havent really heard anything about motoblue... are they any good. The only thing that would push me to get the motoblue is that it is a pulley set not just one pulley like steeda's Idk though. Help... Thanks
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Old 10-28-2009, 08:55 AM   #2
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The ASP (steeda) pulley is a 25% underdrive pulley, the Motorblue is a set and is a 42% underdrive pulley. ASP claims 8-10wrhp Motoblue claims 12wrhp but the difference wouldn't be anything big really, so its your call. Also the ASP is about $50 less, just something to consider. Either way its not going to be any huge power, but its good a few hp no doubt.
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yeah and i kinda trust steeda alittle more. I think thats what ill do. thanks man
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No problem. I've heard bad things about rpm-outlets customer service but that was mainly in the past, a lot of people now say they aren't having any problems with them. Either way I think the cheapest I found for the asp was either autobadges.com or stangmods.com. Good luck.
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yeah a 8-10hp gain aint much but bolt on underdrive, exhaust, intake and a few others... hey look at that you got a extra 30-40hp... lil bit of a kick yeah?
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yeah ive already got a chip and intake
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40wrhp from bolt ons...not happening. Maybe if you consider the windstar conversion, full longtube exhaust, motoblue udp set, lightweight driveshaft, custom sct tune and a few others that slip my mind right now then maybe 40rwhp, but thats not what the average joe on here considers bolt on's. More like cai, true duals, tune, udp which will net like around or under 20wrhp is my guess.
But on an auto with 20% drivetrain loss 190 crank hp will dyno around 155wrhp. I don't see someone putting down 195wrhp on the rollers with average boltons, maybe with the setup I listed.
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just saying lil bits add up
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