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m3niko
01-04-1999, 08:07 PM
Has anybody installed an underdrive crank pulley on their E36 M3? If so, what do you think? Any side effects (like heating up more, battery undercharging, etc.)?<p>TIA,<br>Nick<br>

Steve
01-04-1999, 10:00 PM
I've got them on a 325is for a couple of months now...No side affects so far.<p>Steve<p><i>: Has anybody installed an underdrive crank pulley on their E36 M3? If so, what do you think? Any side effects (like heating up more, battery undercharging, etc.)?<p>: TIA,<br>: Nick<p></i>

Mark G
01-05-1999, 12:00 AM
What did they do for your 325 performance-wise?<p>Mark G

Steve
01-05-1999, 12:29 PM
<i>: What did they do for your 325 performance-wise?<p>14 hp at the rear wheels<p>: Mark G<p></i>

m3niko
01-05-1999, 12:56 PM
<i>: : What did they do for your 325 performance-wise?<p>: 14 hp at the rear wheels<p>: : Mark G<p></i>

Racer-3
01-05-1999, 02:05 PM
ERT started using them a little while ago,but they have to do some tweaking because they are afraid the crank will snap....i can get more details if needed

ND4SPD
01-05-1999, 09:28 PM
Crank, Water pump and altenator (I think, it was a while ago). Car runs a bit hotter, but not much. They are also SIGNIFICANTLY lighter.<p><p><p><br><i>: : : What did they do for your 325 performance-wise?<p>: : 14 hp at the rear wheels<p>: : : Mark G<p></i>


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