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I've already ordered the UR Ultra S crank pulley, should be arriving on
Tuesday or Weds. I need the belts
though, the part numbers anyway, but couldn't get the info from the Gates website...the website aint workin right. I think I can purchase the belts locally but if I can just get the parts number. Anybody with a UR
pulley out there? <img src=/images/forums/snitz/uhh.gif width=15 height=15 border=0> TIA


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Ultra S - 1997-2000 Hyundai Tiburon

- Loosen the lug nuts on the passenger side wheel.

- Raise passenger side of vehicle and secure with a safety stand.

- Remove passenger side wheel and remove inner wheel well shroud.

- Loosen crank pulley bolts, but do not remove.

- Loosen the accessory belts and remove.

- Install the underdrive pulley, lubricate the inner bore of the new
pulley
with anti-seize compound,multi-purpose grease or oil (Do not torque
yet).
* Make sure that the crank snout edge has no burrs, if no burrs
are
present pulley will slip on easily and seat
properly. Do not force pulley onto crank shaft as damage to both
will
occur voiding the warranty. In the rare case
that a pulley is tight clean crank snout (as they can get
slightly
rusty) with emery cloth until pulley slides on as stated

- Tighten crank pulley bolt to 125-133 ft/lbs or 170-180 Nm.

- Install accessory belts and remaining components in reverse order.

- Tighten accessory belts to factory specifications.

- Raise vehicle and remove safety stand and lower vehicle, re-torque
lug
nuts
to factory specifications.

Belt Sizes (Sizes may vary slightly. We recommend the use of Gates
belts,
sizing varies from belt manufacturer to belt manufacturer)

Alternator & Water Pump– Gates K040335 (alternate Gates K040330)
Air Conditioning– Gates K040325 (alternate Gates K040320)





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Thanks Brendan<img src=/images/forums/snitz/smile.gif width=15 height=15 border=0> The pulley should be installed on Weds. <img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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how much power does the pulley free up ?


i am interested in one of those also, i am wondering, is the 2.0L beta engine internally balanced? or does it use an integrated damper on the crank pulley?

i've read that some imports have problems when the crank pulley is upgraded because it removes some damping effects and this can cause premature bearing wear.. is this true about the beta 2.0L engines???

just curious... because i want the pulley, but i dont want to fry my bearings for a few extra hp.


laterz !!!!


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Yeah Fordfasterr, I'm still learning about pulleys too, looked into them about a year ago but back-burnered
the whole idea. From what I understand from Unorthodox Racing,
their pulleys add between 5-12 hp
at the fly wheel...the 2.0 beta should prolly expect 8hp or so...plus a small torque increase...maybe 4 ft/lbs? I have heard things about pulleys that concerned me too, but from what I've
heard lately, the problems were mainly with v-6 and v-8 engines or
older 4-bangers. I don't know if the current 2.0 Beta can handle the change...most people seem to think it can.I haven't heard of anyone with a Tib or Elantra report problems with premature wear from a pulley...not yet anyway.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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On a dyno it gave me 2 WHP


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