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    Tired of over heated bearings and broken belts gotta get the RIGHT STUFF on your engine.

    The pulleys are designed to get the heat out of the bearings.
    onece the heat is pulled from the bearings it's disapated into the open air and these pulleys run cooler.
    When the pulleys runs cooler, the belt also runs cooler therefore the bubber belt does not tend to stretch /expand as it normaly would with other style pulleys.
    These blower pulleys have a lip on the front and rear side to help keep the belt on track.

    It's a win win part. The bearings and belt run cooler, and the front and rear belt guides are reasurance that the belt isn't going to jump off durring a race.
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    Last edited by MrRogue; 11-23-2009 at 07:12 PM.

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    jtskir15f's Avatar
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    sweet gear!!

  3. #3
    Less heat, bearings last longer and belt are a lot less likey to break during a race.

    Last edited by MrRogue; 11-11-2009 at 12:49 AM.

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    JET250's Avatar
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    Australia mate fair dinkum.
    tell us about those cams too please.

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    Fantastic quality and excellent R&D went in to these parts. I've seen the Rogue boat on the course and it is a beast!

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    Danbury CT
    How about some type of Cog belt setup for the supercharger?

  7. #7
    If you want a cog belt, call TBM, Tim is making those already.


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