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Old 10-10-2012, 11:05 PM   #21
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Everybody needs to be nicer in this thread, I'd hate to have to take action on any of these post so keep it civil. The OP asked a simple question and y'all are jumping him for it. He didn't ask if they work or not just which one was better.



Now, I have the Unorthodox UDP and it's a nice piece. Way lighter than the stock pulley for sure. Now which one is better the FSWerks or the CFM, hard to say? I'd probably base my decision on color and price. Now would I buy another one, probably not for the reason mentioned earlier in the thread here, but it's your car and it's up to you.
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:16 PM   #22
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Everybody needs to be nicer in this thread, I'd hate to have to take action on any of these post so keep it civil. The OP asked a simple question and y'all are jumping him for it. He didn't ask if they work or not just which one was better.



Now, I have the Unorthodox UDP and it's a nice piece. Way lighter than the stock pulley for sure. Now which one is better the FSWerks or the CFM, hard to say? I'd probably base my decision on color and price. Now would I buy another one, probably not for the reason mentioned earlier in the thread here, but it's your car and it's up to you.
Thank you sleepyboy you rock Cool I had and Unorthodox on my Probe GT. Didn't realize they made one for the focus. Is it a 1 or 2 pulley kit?
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:01 AM   #23
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It was a one piece kit. I only bought that particular one due to Sport Compact Car using one on theirs. I used to love that magazine and I always liked how they dyno'ed all there cars and mods done to them. Here is a few links to the project focus they had back in the day.

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Lots of great info in the links with dyno pics. I kind of consider this the focus bible of sorts. Now the header they use isn't the best one since we now know the SVT header is hands down the best one, but the majority of the info is still spot on. Hit me up if you have any other questions
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Old 10-11-2012, 08:14 AM   #24
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This is what I have and recommend http://massivespeedsystem.com/_massi.../i-252238.aspx
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Wow okay okay I take it back, I'm sorry, ProSilverVT02 you're the lamest one of all time now. Seriously maybe you should actually read my post again because you obviously didn't get it the first time you read it, must be something in the east coast air. The 1 person that did get it, answered my question that person is wordyhurdd. He actually has a Massive UDP kit and he posted about it, that gets my props. Thank you wordyhurdd you da man, seriously you are! All the others and you are seriously lame, All I wanted to know was what kit is best not all the other BS! If I want to free up some rotational mass for quicker revs weather it gives me 0-5hp it's my car not yours, to me $119 for a 2 pulley kit is worth it, that's cheap.

BTW, Trust me I know the 2 cars are different, very different. I probably know more about Fords then you'll ever know in your lifetime. Also didn't shit on anyone either. I asked a simple question got 1 answer and a bunch of BS.

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Old 10-11-2012, 01:26 PM   #26
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I just bought an 03 svt. Love it! And I'm wanting to boost it and add some other mods! If y'all could help and give me a few suggestion on what all I should do or what you think would be best to do I would like the input. Thanks
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Tune , I think mine is the best out there and you get FREE NA tune updates

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Drop in filter for now , all the other things will help when you go boost

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Is CFM the only option in TB and do we lose our cruise control?



Edit: And how much of a diffrence is ORP and HFC and our 2.5 to 3?
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except for the color, the cfm pulley looks just like the ford racing UDP I am using. I haven't noticed anything WOW about the performance since adding it a couple years ago. I does look cool to some people when they notice it though. For the money, the cfm is probably the pulley setup to get. The cfm site claims 4-5 hp but the best part is that with both pulleys used, the factory sized belt is retained.
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The udp in the cfm set is the same size as the ford racing udp.
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