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alternator pulley aftermarket mod

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#1 kid_vhee


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Posted 20 September 2016 - 02:05 PM

So was browsing ebay, and an Aluminium (lightweight) pulley was on sale for the Celica. Snagged it and did my research [was worrying about harmonic balancer as every other thread ranted about it - but then clarified difference between alternator vs crankshaft pulley].

In the end decided it wasn't a bad idea to purchase as it only costed $20 - and was OEM size, just lighhtweight.

The only issue I am forseeing is my current sound system is an 200W in-built amp SUB with my Kenwood deck. Can't see this drawing too much power, but if I do notice electrical power dips (headlights + power window etc) - will a grounding kit solve my problem? Or battery capacitors as well?.


Or will I need to look into bigger batteries?

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Posted 27 September 2016 - 05:28 PM

I wouldn't have bothered with it in the first place. :P 

if the pulley is the same size as stock the power output should be the same.

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Posted 28 September 2016 - 06:59 PM

Been checking voltage from OBD reader when cruising past few days, doesn't dip below 12.8V, averaging 13V.

Electrical wise i should have enough power/current for my car

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