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Old 07-28-2013, 05:26 PM   #1
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under drive pulley set JET 90123

is this set for the SPI or the zetec engine?

they call it the
JET 90123 Performance Underdrive Pulley Kit

the price makes me wunder if it really is all 3 as its rather low price for all 3 pulleys.


http://www.amazon.com/JET-90123-Perf...ype=automotive

ahh i think there steel not alloy
also there's nothing stating the % of under drive.


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The lack of information on their add makes me nervous.

Black Diamond Racing told me recently they have a few SPI UDPs, so you might want to contact them if you are interested. More information can be found in the SPI goodies list, which can be found in the SPI performance chat sticked threads thread
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I'd stay away from it if I were you... too little info to tell.

The only peps that I remember having them a while back were escortfocus.com (now closed) and black diamond.

I've got a brand new 25% underdrive pulley from escortfocus from my build still in the box if you're interested.

With the influx of people looking for a few things for the SPI I headed out the garage and found a few parts lying around I never sold from my build.

Check the BST threads and you'll see a listing shortly.
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The only peps that I remember having them a while back were escortfocus.com (now closed) and black diamond.
Just FYI, I believe these are one and the same. (the parts, not the companies)
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Old 08-06-2013, 01:54 AM   #5
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so is the 50% pulley no more for the SPI ?
short of a used one..
or was the 50% a Zetec only item?

was it only 15 and 25% for SPI



im planning on a re-man head for the normal spi issue...before it happens.........and thought i could do this change when that happens..

looking for drag reducing mods not power mods.
see if i can crack the jaw dropping mark of 50 lol in a early GEN1
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Just FYI, I believe these are one and the same. (the parts, not the companies)
as do I... they are the same part... from what I remember

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so is the 50% pulley no more for the SPI ?
short of a used one..
or was the 50% a Zetec only item?

was it only 15 and 25% for SPI

neither one are "produced" anymore... you may find some lying around here and there though... check the BST threads (hint...hint)

(at one time) there was a 25% and a 50% pulley for the spi... when doing my build I went with the 25% simply bc I needed an aftermarket one to run a custom designed "keyed" timing adjuster bc I needed different timings (than the stock one) for running a high boost turbo setup w/ the high rev cams... I wasn't actually looking for the "gains" of it (said loosely)
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BDR still has a few 50% UDPs left, as of last week. I don't know pricing.
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is this miss listed and not a SPI?

http://www.massivespeedsystem.com/_m.../i-252239.aspx
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I have heard that the AEM Zetec underdrive pulley works on our SPI. I do not see why this would be any different. The belt that is included will not work.

See the goodies list for more info.
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I'm almost certain (IIRC) that will not work (if it is an exact pic). The crankshaft pulley has to have the "pins" in it for the crank position sensor on the SPI.

Also, (IIRC) I'm pretty certain that the under drive pulley setup for the SPI is only 1 pulley for both 25% and 50%? I think i remember that when I was ordering mine a long time back. Maybe someone can dive in on the 50% because I'm not 110% sure on that one. I know for a fact the 25% is just 1 pulley (as I have a brand new one still in box)

also... just FYI if you want a 25% one check my BST... the price has just be drastically reduced :)... I'll be junking most of the remaining stuff I have shortly because I'm just tired of moving it around my garage...lol...
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