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NST CR-Lite Crank Pulley, ALT & WP Kit, Feedback, Reviews, Comments

NonStopTuning

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Now IN STOCK and on sale at NonStopTuning...

www.NonStopTuning.com

The NST Lite series is a designation used for pulleys that are light-weight versions of their OEM counterparts. All NST pulleys are built using High quality 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and are roughly 50% lighter than steel or cast iron OEM pulleys.​

The NST Lite series is designed for owners looking to reduce weight and increase the throttle response of their engines. These OEM-diameter pulleys will neither underdrive nor overdrive the associated accessories, yet lead to great throttle response and improved horsepower numbers in many applications.​

Each NST kit is carefully crafted from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, tested and balanced to high tolerances. Every NST pulley is hard anodized for exceptional durability and is a great item for use at the track or on the street. Available in your choice of color: Red or Graphite Gray.​

More pictures and info can be found on our website. Orders can be placed at ...​

www.NonStopTuning.com

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The purpose of this thread is to allow you guys to share your experiences regarding these items with one another, allow you to share your ideas and comments with those of us at NST, and to hopefully provide you with a good place for some Q&A responses.

Please keep in mind... We here at NST do not stop by these forums nearly as often as we check our website Emails. If you have a specific question for us that requires immediate attention I would highly suggest that you Email us through our website. Alternatively, you can find me on AOL Instant Messenger at the screen name NSTonAIM almost all day, every day. You can also call us at 281-917-0221 Monday - Friday 12pm-5pm with any questions, or to place an order.

Thanks again, good luck and have fun with all your projects everyone!!!

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yayxrunner707

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very nice. congrats on the new great product. so im guessing these will be sent out 2morrow for the group buy:biggrin:
sorry didnt see you updated the other thread.
 

braves011

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ah another great product to add on my list :biggrin:
 

T0LLPHR33

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Grumpy: i need a pulley...:biggrin: how much is it...:dontknow:
 

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sounds good bro...let me go get some cash and i'll be right back...:biggrin:
 

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sweet guys!! is that a shirt for me?? :wink:
 

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Has anyone that purchased one oftehse pulleys, installed it and have any feedback?
 

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Has anyone that purchased one oftehse pulleys, installed it and have any feedback?

haha... your just like me, i'm waiting for some feedback..... I'm wanting one but just curious if the gains are noticeable or not.
 

yayxrunner707

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i dont think anyone has received them yet. some have been shipped out. but as soon as i get mine in ill def. let you know. cant wait:top:
 

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I don't have any on my X, (waiting for a group buy for a complete set.) but i've got crank,water pump and alt pullies on my yaris. They were worth every penny, woke that little bastard 1.5 litre up. RPMs climb faster, feels like i got a few more HP.(god knows it needs it.) The difference in weight was unbelievable between the stock pullies. You'll weigh them in your hands over and over and over again.
 

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I don't have any on my X, (waiting for a group buy for a complete set.) but i've got crank,water pump and alt pullies on my yaris. They were worth every penny, woke that little bastard 1.5 litre up. RPMs climb faster, feels like i got a few more HP.(god knows it needs it.) The difference in weight was unbelievable between the stock pullies. You'll weigh them in your hands over and over and over again.

There is no doubt, the YARIS guys LOVE our pulleys...
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4737

I have a feeling the XRU community will love these pulleys as well. Bring on the reviews, thoughts, and comments everyone!

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Got mine today, well i am stuck I can not get the dang crankk bolt loose:thumpdown: Looking at a possible impact gun:motz: any way my truck is in pieces wainting for any ideas:top:
 

Celiblue

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Well, i got mine and the pulley looks bada$$! I'll hold off till the XR Houston Crew has a meet to install it.
 

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Got mine today, well i am stuck I can not get the dang crankk bolt loose:thumpdown: Looking at a possible impact gun:motz: any way my truck is in pieces wainting for any ideas:top:

Are you using the correct pulley holding tool?

If not and you do get that bolt loose with a big impact gun, how are you going to properly retorque it?

DC area folks, let me know if you need it, I have the proper tool for doing this.

Gadget
 

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Are you using the correct pulley holding tool?

If not and you do get that bolt loose with a big impact gun, how are you going to properly retorque it?

DC area folks, let me know if you need it, I have the proper tool for doing this.

Gadget

ill need help once you get more pulleys!:top:
 

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Ok Pulleys on, I believe Tq is 204ft correct thats what Iam reading from the TRD Blower instructions..maybe some input help here Please, I post Pics later
 
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