Nonstop Tuning Pullies

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by radracer_x, Sep 1, 2017.

  1. radracer_x

    radracer_x New Member

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    My brother had one on his 07, just the crank pulley. The timeframe was around 2008-2009. Install was pretty easy, I didn't help as I was pretty young then, but all he really needed was a breaker bar and a metal tube for an extension for the handle.

    He had that and a TRD CAI and he said it changed the truck quite dramatically, to the point where he always pushes me to get the same two mods, though I'd probably end up going with a URD TCAI on mine.

    Though I did a little digging and heard some members here never received their orders, or received partial orders. Not sure if that's still the case, but something to think about. I've been on the fence about buying one though. May pull the trigger on one with my next bonus...

    Max

    EDIT: Both trucks were N/A.
     
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  3. BSP06XRU

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    Give G a call at URD.
    He'll fix you up!
     
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  4. PiNkY

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    You will be able to tell the difference. I have the whole set for n/a. Not sure about shipping issues especially now since Harvey hit. Worth the wait if need be though
     
  5. x-runner kid

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    Don't buy from nst. Look for them used. If you buy from them you'll never see your pulleys or money back.
     
  6. PiNkY

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    Damn they've gotten that bad? They used to be quick. Mike doesn't get on here anymore?
     
  7. x-runner kid

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    Mike hasn't been an active member here in a few years. When I bought mine like 7 years ago they were still good to us here but about 4-5 years ago they took a lot of orders that were never filled and never refunded. A lot of ppl were pissed and I know they weren't able to get their money back because they had already waited too long to put in a disput because they were told multiple times they would be getting their stuff. If your local to them then maybe worth the risk otherwise I wouldn't risk it.
     
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    That sucks to hear. I bought my full n/a set a couple years back.
     
  9. Torspd

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    He burned a LOT of bridges. You've missed all of the fun, Pinky.
     
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    Damn that sucks to hear thought he was one of the good ones. What ever happened with that energy drink you made?
     
  11. Nashman

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    I can't see this being a power mod like really how much weight is really saved

    and it's no longer a dampener at this point
     
  12. PiNkY

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    Makes for faster revs, less drag, quicker rpm, and looks good
     
  13. Nashman

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    Our motors are internally balanced. There's no harmonic balancer. Most of us have had our pulleys for many many years without issues aside from them needing a steel sleeve for the seal.
     
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  15. Nashman

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    the stock one is still a balancer if toyota did not think it was needed they would have not put it on. some honda are solid most cars with balance shafts have a solid one as well

    the name of the game is the more power you push the bigger the blancer will have to be

    if you want a proper one that weighs less buy one of these
    http://www.atiracing.com/products/dampers/charts/damtoyota.htm
     
  16. radracer_x

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    Interesting. So is it plug n play or would you have to tune it in a way?
     
  17. XeddeX

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    It's "PnP' per say... or better yet, it's an "RnR" as some would say. Replacing the crank pulley to a LTW one will not require any tuning.

    Just imagine trying to run/jog in some heavy-duty work boots.....and then swapping those boots out for a pair of lightweight track spikes/shoes and running/jogging with them. I guarantee that you'll feel like you were Usain Bolt just by changing your shoes.

    stock pulley = HD work boots
    LTW pulley = track shoes

    With that said.....
    NonStop Tuning = piss poor business operation. Sad.
     
  18. Nashman

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    yes they make one for the x runner I have one on my supra I had to turn down the bolt to fit inside of the balancer other wise prefect fit and lighter and just plain better then the stock one
     
  19. Torspd

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    This. I have one on my Tacoma. Called them and let them know that I had to grind down the washer to fit inside as well.
     
  20. Nashman

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    it's very common but hey way better then stock or shit ass hunk of alumin
     

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