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Old June 1st, 2004, 10:16 AM   #1
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AEM Tru-Power Pulley Set

Well, I was bored and I was just seeing if AEM had anythin coming our way for AV6 7th Gens and I found a page that said AEM Tru-Power Pulley Set is under development for our cars! Part # 23-7029. Should add slight power and some good looks under the hood! Id definitely be much more interested in the crank pulley though
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Old June 1st, 2004, 12:25 PM   #2
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considering the aem pulleys KILLED 6th gens left and right until everyone stopped using them Im not looking foward to this set coming out.....
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when are we seeing one from v6p?
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considering the aem pulleys KILLED 6th gens left and right until everyone stopped using them Im not looking foward to this set coming out.....
What do you mean by this? I havent had a Honda long and I never heard of this? Is there a previous thread? Thanks
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Old June 12th, 2004, 10:18 PM   #5
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What do you mean by this? Is there a previous thread? Thanks
There might still be one in the 6th gen, but I think it got lost in the transfer from accordv6.com They pulley's caused alternators to die so much so that aem pulled the set from lack of sales.
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considering the aem pulleys KILLED 6th gens left and right until everyone stopped using them Im not looking foward to this set coming out.....
so what would happen if i change the alternator to a better one and use the aem pullies? What if I put on the other pullies but keep stock alternator pulley?
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There might still be one in the 6th gen, but I think it got lost in the transfer from accordv6.com They pulley's caused alternators to die so much so that aem pulled the set from lack of sales.
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bump....

Called AEM....they said try back in a couple of months!
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Called AEM....they said try back in a couple of months!
what's so amazing about that? standard run around treatment..lol
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