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Old 10-14-2014, 11:21 PM   #15
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Anyone gonna try this belt?

http://www.customcarscentral.com/gat...FQ9cfgodtF4AmQ

It might be a bit much
That would go nicely with blue pulleys and Grimmspeed's tool tray.
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Had an NST pulley on my previous car. Nothing but quality
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Well, I tried. I got the crank and water pump pulleys on, and they're working fantastically! I'll get a video up soon.




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I used this pdf from RallySportDirect and Perrin for installing the accessory pulleys. These install and warning threads helped me with crank pulley installation.

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I lack an impact wrench or strap wrench for the alternator pulley bolt(24mm), so I still have the stock one on. The crank bolt (22mm) was on there really tight, and took quite a long breaker bar to get off. The water pump pulley bolts are easy enough to remove with a regular ratchet and a 10mm socket. I also accidentally removed the o-ring with the stock crank pulley, and installed my NST crank pulley before I noticed. This pulley is machined very tight, and it was a fight to get it off. I used a bit of Liquid Wrench silicone spray lube and a screwdriver as a lever to get the NST pulley off the crank spacer. with that accomplished, I replaced the stock o-ring, and all was right.

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The engine seems to spin up a bit more freely when blipping the throttle during a downshift. I thought I noticed a new noise, and checked the intake system, noting nothing wrong. I'll keep an eye on the pulleys for any abnormalities.

Really glad to hear you like your crank and water pump pulleys. The alternator swap is much easier with an impact, or some legitimate way to keep the alternator pulley from spinning.

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Old 10-16-2014, 05:46 PM   #18
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Had an NST pulley on my previous car. Nothing but quality
What was your previous car?
And you better have a set for your new car also


All kidding aside, thank you for the kind words, and best of luck with all your projects!
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Would any of you guys be interested in a blue Gates racing belt? It is a bit pricey, but Gates belts are definitely the best in the business.

We could probably offer a Group Buy and discount these by 10-12% if enough people are interested.

Don't feel like waiting for a GB and want to order from NST? Click here...
http://www.nonstoptuning.rpmware.com...i-2018070.aspx

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Dang that belt looks great sitting there
I'm waiting for the shipping once its here I'll find time for the install
Any recommendations on how to remove the alternator pulley ? Like how to keep it from turning?
And i don'thave an impact gun
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Dang that belt looks great sitting there
I'm waiting for the shipping once its here I'll find time for the install
Any recommendations on how to remove the alternator pulley ? Like how to keep it from turning?
And i don'thave an impact gun
Yes, the belt really does look good as a compliment to the pulleys.

Honestly, the best way to get the alt pulley off is to use (maybe borrow) an impact. It is almost impossible to keep the alt pulley from spinning otherwise.

Be sure to post pics, etc. after your install

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Anyone doing a pulley install this weekend?

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I got some in, but in RED I wanted black.
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I got some in, but in RED I wanted black.
I sent you a PM on this. Please email us with "color exchange" in the subject line to help move things along more quickly.

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We have a small number of kits in stock (red, black, blue, gold, purple) if anyone else is interested.

Thank you all!
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Installed mine today. Crank pulley was the hardest, but with a long enough bar it came free.

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For anyone who may be interested, NST also offers the Gates Blue Racing Belt for the FRS and BRZ...
http://www.nonstoptuning.rpmware.com...i-2018070.aspx

Your OEM belt is compatible with the NST Pulley Kit and a belt swap is not necessary, but we do offer this option for anyone looking to use the absolute best belt possible, and the blue is also a nice visual touch. Too bad they don't offer this belt in all the NST pulley colors.

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Hehe that's the pic I took after install of the belt it doesn't stay blue. Fades away after a while.
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Installed mine today. Crank pulley was the hardest, but with a long enough bar it came free.

Man those look good in red

Thanks again, best of luck with all your projects!

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