AEM Tru Power pulley kit install help?
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    AEM Tru Power pulley kit install help?

    I looked and couldn't find a thread for a pulley kit install. My AEM kit is on its way. Seems simple, but you never know. Any hints, ideas, or suggestions?

    Thanks in advance!
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    My suggestion........take lots of pictures and post a tutorial to let us see how hard or easy it is.

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    It took me a day to find this info. It is an ancient chinese secret. Well if it is the crank pulley then put it into 5th gear. It should lock it all up.

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    If there are no instructions when I get the kit, I'll try 5th Jung. Thanks.
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    you could download the instruction for the stage 0 and use the part of the pulley install instruction. the instructions are located at http://www.vishnuperformance.com/links.html
    click on the stage 0 word document.
    roberto

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    Thanks Berto...now if that kit will ever make it to my door...I'm beginning to think that at $85, I should have just paid the extra $15 to get it ASAP.
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    Vishnu Stage 0 Install Instructions

    Look at the section for the underdrive pulley.

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    The pulley install is pretty easy. Just pull the E-brake, put it 5th, and have a friend stomp the brake and crank that thing off with a breaker bar.
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    yeah the alt pulley is the PITA
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