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So on AM they have the SR pullies for 150, while the steeda ones are 250$. Anyone know why it's such a big difference? Thanks for any advice
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Your paying for the name. I purchased the SR pullies for $150 and they work just like any other Under Drive Pullies. It increased throttle response and felt like I picked up a few horses in the mid-upper RPM's.

The SR pulleys actually look better than the Steeda's as well. Nice polished finish to the SR UDPs.

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I am not saying anything bad about the SR, but with a balanced pulley I would NEVER skimp on the quality. I know the steeda is high quality and will not (should not) fail. The SR might be just fine though, just not worth it to me.

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I wouldn't cheap out on pullies

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I wouldn't cheap out on pullies
Agreed on the cheap pullies. I had a set of bbk ones for another 4.6 I had and it was a cheap piggy back setup and it sucked bad.

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I believe everything stack racing makes is made in china. Wait for a sale on those from steeda, they are on sale now and then for close to what those stack racing ones go for

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So on AM they have the SR pullies for 150, while the steeda ones are 250$. Anyone know why it's such a big difference? Thanks for any advice
Are you planning on staying N/A? If not I'd pass on the pullies, but I agree about not cheaping out on them. You could also look into an electric water pump to reduce parasitic drag on your engine, without potentially losing any performance from your accessories.

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stumbled on this, guy has his steeda UDPs for sale for 125 damn good deal if you want to try and snag them

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Are you planning on staying N/A? If not I'd pass on the pullies, but I agree about not cheaping out on them. You could also look into an electric water pump to reduce parasitic drag on your engine, without potentially losing any performance from your accessories.
Turbo'd be fine with udp's


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yeah, guess i should have specified that only superchargers wont really work with them

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yeah, guess i should have specified that only superchargers wont really work with them
Won't they work, just on low boost?


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you can run a smaller blower pulley as long as you dont get belt slip and still underdrive your other accessories, and still keep boost up.

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well damn, im just wrong all over the place today, its still better not to run the underdrive pulley with a supercharger right??

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well damn, im just wrong all over the place today, its still better not to run the underdrive pulley with a supercharger right??
Correct. You're throwing away boost. It'll work. Just not as well.


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correct, its best to not use it but you can. running a smaller blower pulley increases the chance of belt slippage, also why not just run that smaller blower pulley and get some much higher numbers!!!

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I run spray on my car so probably no boost any time soon. All I needed to hear was that SR was made in China, thanks but no thanks lol. Steeda it is thanks for the help
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We make our parts right here in the U.S.A. ... we have our own internal Engineering, Manufacturing, and Design teams in house.

Today in the aftermarket, Steeda Autosports stands alone as being the only Ford performance based aftermarket manufacturer that is committed to the ultimate quality in everything we do – and by being ISO Certified, you are GUARANTEED that our products are designed, engineered, and manufactured to the highest quality standard today.

Buyer beware ... not all parts are created equal & when you have a lot of money invested into your vehicle ... you want to trust a part that is going to do what it was intended to do, under any condition, that is made of the highest quality.

If you don't see the Made in the U.S.A. stamp on the product then you can't be for certain where it is made and what kind of quality went into it.

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I have the steeda's and can tell you they are top quality. I also got them on sale around last Christmas at pretty damn close to what those "SR" pullies cost.

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