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Old December 31st, 2012, 06:23 AM   #1
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Super cheap gen 2 underdrive pulleys

Found this on eBay. These are 7 rib 25% underdrive and comes with a alt pulley as well. http://www.ebay.com/itm/120676316584?redirect=mobile
If you need the belt number I have that as well


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Old December 31st, 2012, 07:18 AM   #2
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What makes you think that fits a Viper? And do you really want to slow down the water pump?
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I have a set of billet Aluminum pullies made just for the Viper for $250 + shipping. Comes with a new Mopar belt.
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Old December 31st, 2012, 07:29 AM   #4
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What makes you think that fits a Viper? And do you really want to slow down the water pump?
From what I have read the 5.9l pulley is the same size stock as the viper and a 25% underdrive what be a 25% on a viper. It did not effect cooling. A few guys on the Vca are running them with no problem. Less wear and tear on the p/s and water pump. Only thing I'm going to try to find is a smaller alternator pulley to keep the charge up


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Old December 31st, 2012, 07:34 AM   #5
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What is wrong with your alternator?
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Old December 31st, 2012, 07:41 AM   #6
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What is wrong with your alternator?
When you use a 25% underdrive everything turns 25% slower so that might effect the charging system. But that is also why you pick up a little power and plus less rotating mass as its a smaller pulley on the crank. I have a sub so I don't want to lower the charging system's capabilities any. All in all we are taking maybe 8-10 rwhp at most.but for 50 bucks and less wear on the p/s and water pump it might not be a bad idea


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From what I have read the 5.9l pulley is the same size stock as the viper and a 25% underdrive what be a 25% on a viper. It did not effect cooling. A few guys on the Vca are running them with no problem. Less wear and tear on the p/s and water pump. Only thing I'm going to try to find is a smaller alternator pulley to keep the charge up


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If the water pump runs at 75% of the normal shaft speed then IT DOES affect cooling. It may not show on the gauge, or it may not show when those pussies never drive the car above 70* ambient, but a normal summer drive for me...

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Damn 111 I don't miss that part of Austin!! Good thing it's about 70 degrees here in San Diego 90% of the year but once the car is moving through the rpms I don't know if it will effect as much as if it was at idle. Which I agree would be where the change for heating up would be.


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If the water pump runs at 75% of the normal shaft speed then IT DOES affect cooling. It may not show on the gauge, or it may not show when those pussies never drive the car above 70* ambient, but a normal summer drive for me...

Dave just pick up some water wetter from Douglas engineering... You will be fine


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Water wetter is garbage. I tried it and it didn't do anything but lighten my wallet.
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When you use a 25% underdrive everything turns 25% slower so that might effect the charging system. But that is also why you pick up a little power and plus less rotating mass as its a smaller pulley on the crank. I have a sub so I don't want to lower the charging system's capabilities any. All in all we are taking maybe 8-10 rwhp at most.but for 50 bucks and less wear on the p/s and water pump it might not be a bad idea


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I understand but just not something I would manipulate.


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Old December 31st, 2012, 09:59 AM   #13
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Ill throw it on if it just causes problems ill take it off. It will only take 20 mins


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Damn thats a cheap price man, I hope it works for you for that cost it would be a steal!
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On a totally unrelated separate point....I sent Mike his Weaver 'overdrive' crank pulley back and am reverting to the stock one for my blower. Not only did it spin the crap out of everything (as designed), the increased belt tension/torque pulled so hard on the A/C clutch that it broke the lower A/C mount on the timing cover. Underdrive=OK. Overdrive with the ROE 10 PSI pulley=bad.
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I tracked and street my car with a full set of UDP's. Even sitting in city stoplights and city driving in the middle of the hot FL summer did the car ever run hot. I even had a OEM radiator and thermostat! Sure, the cooling fan would kick on often but it was never a issue.
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