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Old 04-01-2003, 12:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where can I get a smaller pully for my PS pump?

My hydro steer is a little slow.

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Old 04-01-2003, 01:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They have both V belt and serpentine styles
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to the best of my knowlage they are all the same size. my books from march, zoops, billet specs etc all list the same dia.

you could posably step the dia of your crank pully up tho.. that'd speed up the alt and the watter pump....



i stand corected.. i guess they are custom makeing them...
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I made mine out of a slug of leftover aluminum ( 1" off the diameter) and pressed a steel center in. Not too difficult with a decent lathe. Just make a High Speed Steel tool with a 60* (I think) "V" about .625" (I think) deep- sorry that was over 6 months ago(seems like a year). There were a few posts were we discussed the amount of speed gained at idle you might find it with a search.
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I know Howe has got them. But I would never recommend that place to anyone, I had the worst phone conversation with Jeff, he was a total dick to me. Most of the Race car shops have got them too, and March performance should have them too.

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Talk to your local machine shop. I'm sure they'll make you one and you get the added bonus of keeping your money in the local economy.

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Old 04-01-2003, 04:07 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I know Howe has got them. But I would never recommend that place to anyone, I had the worst phone conversation with Jeff, he was a total dick to me. Most of the Race car shops have got them too, and March performance should have them too.

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Man, I just spoke to them and I second that opinion! "By reducing the size of your pully you're just going to burn out your pump. What you need to do is an entire remake of your entire hydraulic steering system. We make this and that and this for a measly $1.5g's! It's the only option."

Fuck that. Any other places? I'm burning my pump out just by using it. I'm willing to risk it.

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You might try Kilby Enterprises (OnBoardAir.Com). I believe he has been working on a steering pump pulley.
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Old 04-01-2003, 04:58 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Try here....

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Lots of good info here

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