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rich_w

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Alloy Engine Pullies available for the GTi-6 as a complete set or individually as below.

These are in stock and ready to be sent out

Crankshaft Pulley

- Precision machined from 6082 T6 billet
- Less than half the weight of OE item giving freer revving and effects similar to that of a lightened flywheel
- Single piece construction. OE item is a two-piece bonded assembly, a common problem with these is for the inner/outer sections to slip on the bonded rubber, dislocating the cambelt timing hole. This can lead to catastrophic engine failure if its not identified when changing cambelt. With the alloy pulley you can be assured the timing on your engine is 100% correct.
- Costs little more than replacement Peugeot item but will outlast it many times over.


Guide/Idle Pulley

- Precision machined from 6082 T6 billet
- Replaces Peugeot plastic item - prone to wear and produces noise as a result
- Unlike the Peugeot item the bearing is removable and can be replaced if required
- Fitted with quality rubber sealed bearing
- Stronger and more durable the plastic Peugeot pulley
- Cost is comparable to standard item
- Will fix whines/other noises coming from aux. belt area due to worn pulley/bearing

Auto Tensioner Pulley


- Precision machined from 6082 T6 billet
- Replaces Peugeot plastic item - prone to wear and produces noise as a result
- Unlike the Peugeot item the bearing is removable and can be replaced if required
- Fitted with quality rubber sealed bearing
- Stronger and more durable the plastic Peugeot pulley
- Cost is comparable to standard item
- Will fix whines/other noises coming from aux. belt area due to worn pulley/bearing

Prices

Crankshaft Pulley £87.50
Guide/Idle Pulley £41
Auto Tensioner Pulley £45

Complete set - 1 of each £140



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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 21:06
laurentgarnier

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Alright Rich. How much can you do the guide/idle and auto tensioner pulleys, as i've already got the crankshaft pulley and lightened flywheel as you knowWhistle Wink Big grin.

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Posted 22nd Nov 2007 at 07:30
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Would it be possible to get the main pulley with the correct mounting fitment for an early s16?
Posted 22nd Nov 2007 at 12:55
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mr swampy s16 wrote:
Would it be possible to get the main pulley with the correct mounting fitment for an early s16?


PM Miles off here - he was interested in these also - and was going to send me a sample for costing.

Its not something I will be selling/financing - I said to Miles I would have to do a minimum batch quantity which he would have to buy and sell through his firm [Pug Racing].

Alternatively, if you have a sample, and don't mind buying a batch to sell on, we could go down that route...

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Posted 22nd Nov 2007 at 15:47
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The Mi16 and S16 ones are very slightly different in design, I'll have to see if they fit each other when I've got a engine on a stand.
Pulley will be on route tomorrow Rich

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Posted 23rd Nov 2007 at 02:42
rich_w

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miles wrote:

Pulley will be on route tomorrow Rich


No worries Thumbs up

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Posted 23rd Nov 2007 at 05:20
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I'd be interested in a set up for the MI16 Miles / Rich Wink
Posted 23rd Nov 2007 at 05:26
rich_w

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I have the following left:

Crank Pullies - 5
Auto Tensioner Pullies - 1
Idle/Guide Pullies - 5

Big grin

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Posted 2nd Dec 2007 at 21:35
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bigbadbowen wrote:
I'd be interested in a set up for the MI16 Miles / Rich Wink


OK - watch this space.

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Posted 23rd Nov 2007 at 05:33
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BUMP

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Posted 25th Nov 2007 at 20:37
rich_w

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Loads left - c'mon peeps Big grin

No good me having a stash of pullies under my bed!

Cool

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Posted 26th Nov 2007 at 19:15
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anyone know if the aux idle pulleys are the same on the 6 as the s16? got the hideous aux whine and assuming this will be the issue...

http://www.rikky.net/upload/auxiliary.jpg

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Posted 26th Nov 2007 at 19:21
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Rikky

That set-up looks a bit different to me..

You got any other pics?

Unsure

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Posted 26th Nov 2007 at 19:54
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not yet, can do tonight.. it's weird cos i can't distinguish the noise and sometimes i don't have it atall. appears to be from pulley 'B' in my pic, then other times the lower pulley 'D' Unsure

will whip them off tonight and get a pic and compare to yours Smile

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Posted 26th Nov 2007 at 19:57
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Go'an then rich.

I'll have a set.

PM me the cost via paypal etc... Smile

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Posted 26th Nov 2007 at 22:24
rich_w

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Jim - YHPM Cool

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 02:39
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Rikky that tensiones is indeed different to the 6, its the same as Non a/c td's which is about 70 from peugeot or 36 from GSF Big grin

one thing to mention Rich_w, could you make them with slightly bigger bearings? I just wonder if the smaller diameter bearings are up to the number of rotations ans speeds involved here!

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 04:49
rich_w

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welshpug! wrote:

one thing to mention Rich_w, could you make them with slightly bigger bearings? I just wonder if the smaller diameter bearings are up to the number of rotations ans speeds involved here!


It's not possible to use bigger bearings, or they won't fit on the standard mounting bosses.

What I have done however, is increase the size of the smallest pulley [idle pulley] by 10mm odd to reduce the speed/wear Yes

The bearings should be good for circa 20K RPM, and they will probably hit 12K RPM at the most [idle pulley is 75mm, crank pulley is 127mm for the purposes of calculations] so its all good Cool

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 05:05
welshpug!

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cool, just a thought that's all, sounds very well thought out, shame they don't fit any of my engines!

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 05:20
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rich_w wrote:
Rikky

That set-up looks a bit different to me..

You got any other pics?

Unsure



pic i took tonight:

http://www.rikky.net/upload/tensioners.jpg

although the others all look different, i'm wondering if your auto tensioner one will possibly fit the s16 but i will take proper measurements tomorrow and come back to you. i don't even know how it is fitted to the tensioner plate - looks pressed on or something.. no bolt to remove it other than a bolt to remove the whole assembly itself [whole arm]

looks ribbed in the pic but it isn't..

Thumbs up

edit> just read welshpug's post about them being different.. will probably have to replace with standard item if unsure Doh

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 05:46
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rikky ive got one of them, has done about 10k.
still spins ok and dint make any noises, was the wrong one for my s16 as mine has something more like the one standing up in the top pics.
Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 12:32
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I will have a crank pulley pm me the cost please so I can send money via paypal.

The other pulleys am I correct in thinking they are for the aux belt and not the cambelt?

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Posted 27th Nov 2007 at 23:57
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all of them are for the aux belt afaik

rikky the pulley i have got is the big one with the metal bit attached to the back
Posted 28th Nov 2007 at 00:21
rich_w

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Carl, YHPM.

Your crank pulley will be sent 1st class tomorrow.

And yes, othe two pullies are both for aux. belt Yes

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Posted 28th Nov 2007 at 04:53
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rich_w wrote:
Carl, YHPM.

Your crank pulley will be sent 1st class tomorrow.

And yes, othe two pullies are both for aux. belt Yes

Thanks I look forward to getting itBig grin

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