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eddy_gti6

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Post #26
I am running the big wheel pas pump. Never got round to changing it over to the smaller gti6 one but never seen the need really, I was going to run the smaller one with a smaller crank pulley but thought f**k it I cant be arsed with the chow on!

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 11:00
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Post #27
indeed, always felt weird driving 306's after my ZX, the wheel feels so light in them but does f**k all comparatively LOL ZX is so pointy, "like a big 205" as AdamB described it.

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 11:13
eddy_gti6

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Post #28
I may give the 6 pump a try see if there is any difference 1 day if I can be bothered messing on but probably just be wasting my time Laugh my ass off
Never ever been in a ZX to see what there like but my mates 205 GTi6 was awesome on track

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 11:19
cully

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Post #29
Day666 wrote:
cully wrote:
pk1103 fits too Wink



Do you have a Rallye with a 6 tensioner ?
I have a 6
We have a 1103 no way is that fitting my 6
All my pulleys stnd !!!!!
Are yours


no not a rallye i have a PH2 gti 6 im running the std pump on the std auto tensioner
the top idler is removed

maybe some of the autotensioners adjust more than others just a thought ?
the belt is tight if i were to replace it i would buy one a little longer
Posted 13th May 2014 at 15:19
Lecktorious

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Post #30
Bit of a thread resurrection here, but I had the PAS relocation kit already fitted to my Rallye when I bought it. I'm needing a new tensioner and belt but the belt number noted on the service history is 6PK1100 and not 6PK1103. The previous owner also notes the belt as being 6PK1103 in their project thread...anyone any ideas as to what belt I should buy, and where I can get both the belt and tensioner? (I believe it's the GTi auto tensioner).

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Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 12:13
jeffers Forum Admin

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Post #31
Lecktorious wrote:
Bit of a thread resurrection here, but I had the PAS relocation kit already fitted to my Rallye when I bought it. I'm needing a new tensioner and belt but the belt number noted on the service history is 6PK1100 and not 6PK1103. The previous owner also notes the belt as being 6PK1103 in their project thread...anyone any ideas as to what belt I should buy, and where I can get both the belt and tensioner? (I believe it's the GTi auto tensioner).

There's 3mm difference in length so I'd imagine either will be fine.

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Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 12:24
prism7guy

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Post #32
The number after the PK is just the length of the belt, I can't imagine you'll notice any difference in 3mm on the length of the belt.

Edit: too slow! Doh

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Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 12:27
cully

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Post #33
well ive just tried to refit my 6PK1103 to my new engine and it wont fit!
only thing that's changed is a solid crank pulley!
my spare 6pk1110es wont fit either Sad

Im going to have to get a new longer belt something like a 6PK1130 or 40
Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 12:57
armzsc6

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Post #34
What have you changed then.... Crank pullys are all the same diameter either you've routed the belt the wrong way or one of the pullys is a different size.

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Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 19:43
prism7guy

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Post #35
I think the solid crank pullies are slightly bigger in diameter than the standard ones, could be wrong though.

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Posted 18th Aug 2015 at 21:15
S8-Tom

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Post #36
eddy_gti6 wrote:
I run a relocation kit of an XSI gets rid of that heavy mounting bracket!







Another resurection fore this thread - anyone know if the GTi6 Alternator is compatible with the 2L 8V XSi setup?

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