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Old 08-12-2015, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default aluminum light weight under pully 3.7

Has anyone bought this pulley for there 3.7? I know when I installed this part on my old Mitsubishi it really helped on top end
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Has anyone bought this pulley for there 3.7? I know when I installed this part on my old Mitsubishi it really helped on top end
So no one has installed this pulley?
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So no one has installed this pulley?
I was unaware that they made pulleys for the 3.7. Can you supply a link?
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I was unaware that they made pulleys for the 3.7. Can you supply a link?
I just took it for granted that they did, which is why I was asking about it on this site
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Not that I'm aware of right now...and probably because it wouldn't gain that much. The power steering is electric, and the a/c is clutched anyway. I'm assuming the a/c clutch has a WOT bypass....does it? I'll have to go give it a try...
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WindyMustang is correct. There is a WOT bypass. Not much to be gained.
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Not that I'm aware of right now...and probably because it wouldn't gain that much. The power steering is electric, and the a/c is clutched anyway. I'm assuming the a/c clutch has a WOT bypass....does it? I'll have to go give it a try...
ok, thx guys
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Most if not all cars have a WOT bypass on the A/C.

An under drive pulley would help with parasitic drag from the alternator and water pump. That's about it and maybe good for 5HP if they make a pulley.

Keep in mind that the trade off could be low voltage issues and overheating. Not worth it in my book.
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