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Date Registered: 08-2010
TOTAL POSTS: 34
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Re: Crank Pulleys


I forgot to take a pic soz emoticon
But i bought it off ebay OBX power crank pulley quite cheap.
It was a perfect fit, no shakes, no vibrations emoticon
I bought the same size pulley but only wayyyyyyy lighter lol.
I dont want to change the size of the pulley cos I just installed a full audio system and didnt wanna change the volt output, etc.

highly recomended emoticon

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My Mods: CAI with 3A Filter, Pivot Volt Stabiliser, Audio System, OBX Power Crank Puley, Kansai Headers, Iridium Spark Plugs, UniChip Piggyback ECU, Red Calipers, Twin Tip Muffler, Alutec Strut Bar.

To Do: Under body Brace
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Date Registered: 12-2008
Location: Bandung - Indonesia
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posticon Re: Crank Pulleys


Hi Hendra

I also installed OBX Crank Pulley as you did. So far so good...

Actually I'm afraid of the pulley is not balanced well. What do you think? emoticon

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AEM CAI + K&N RX-4990, NGK Iridium Plug, Greddy Oil Catch Tank, Pivot MegaRAIZIN, HotBits 421 Header + Downpipe, Kansai Double Muffler, Estatus ML 20" + Yokohama ES501 245/40/20, HDX HID 6000K, Alutec Strutbar
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It should be balanced, as promised by OBX...apparently LOL.

So far my crank pulley is holding up well and I've been driving it like I stole it and no kaboom or anything yet. so yea =)

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My Mods: CAI with 3A Filter, Pivot Volt Stabiliser, Audio System, OBX Power Crank Puley, Kansai Headers, Iridium Spark Plugs, UniChip Piggyback ECU, Red Calipers, Twin Tip Muffler, Alutec Strut Bar.

To Do: Under body Brace
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Date Registered: 12-2008
Location: Bandung - Indonesia
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Re: Tightening Crankshaft Pulley


I read T30 Service Manual (Engine Mechanical Section page 57), it's said:

Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt with the following procedure.
a. Apply new engine oil to thread and seat surfaces of crankshaft pulley bolt.
b. Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt: 42.1 N·m (4.3 kg-m, 31 ft-lb)
c. Put a paint mark on crankshaft pulley, mating with any one of six
easy to recognize angle marks on bolt flange.
d. Turn another 60 degrees clockwise (angle tightening).
 Check the tightening angle with movement of one angle mark


Why do I need to do step c & d, instead of doing step b with more torque?
Anybody can explain technical reason behind this?

Last edited by ctantra, 18/Dec/2010, 1:09 am


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