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    How much you selling that aux idler kit for Sonic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicHD View Post
    I still dont understand why some have issues with belt slippage with an HD upper, its freakin huge. Maybe you need new belts, or your confusing the squeal that the accessory belt is known to make when it slips, especially when the truck shifts.

    But if anyone is interested, I have aux idler setup like in Caymans pic laying around somewhere.
    Lightning upper, slips like hell. Lightning with stock pullies slipped too. The MP bridge is the best way to go. Looks factory, doesn't have all the sleeves and aftermarket look. Costs about the same too.

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    Like dis....

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    Nice how much? They in good condition?

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    The aux setup or an MP? MP is about $239

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    Plus pulleys

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    Yea.... $150 for pullies. Still worth it. The bridges come up on LR a lot

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    Ah ok didnt realize you had an L upper pulley.

    I run an MP bridge too with a 2.8 upper

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    Quote Originally Posted by 210sRenegade View Post
    Nice how much? They in good condition?
    My lfp set up came with the bracket & 2 pulleys for $200, a lot better buy!!!
    https://www.lightningforceperformanc...s/DueceKit.jpg
    They sell the same setup with one pulley for $169
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    Quote Originally Posted by MillerRacing View Post
    My lfp set up came with the bracket & 2 pulleys for $200, a lot better buy!!!
    https://www.lightningforceperformanc...s/DueceKit.jpg
    They sell the same setup with one pulley for $169
    might be cheaper but doesnt look nearly as good as the MP bracket with pulleys.
    from this


    to this

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    Yes sir! MP for the win! P1010578.jpg

    Plus, one key thing with the MP bridge; it puts the tension on the CORRECT side of the pulley, the side leading onto and over the pulley, not the side coming off the pulley. This is the prime reason Charles came up with this setup. Didnt make much sense to him either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicHD View Post
    Beautiful set up Sonic!! But no oil sep?

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    No PCV setup, no oil.

    Previous owner ripped it out.

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    such similar engine bays we have sonic. are you tanks satin or polished?

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