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NonStopTuning Pulley Kit

NST pulley kit (Civic Si version) has been installed on my FN2.

The kit and info are available online on NST site:
NST - NonStopTuning - The Leader In Civic Si K20 Pulleys

There is installation report for Si -- it can be used as installation manual for FN2.
DIY: NST Pulleys for Civic Si - 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 19th September 2008, 14:36
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Interesting mod...what you got planned next
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what the **** is this all about?? tell me in english pls lol. If it increases HP can it be put on my 1.8 CTS?
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What LSD is that mate??

What´s your reviews on the pulleys???
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what good do you get from the pulley kit?
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can they actually make a power difference and also does any of the fd2 pully parts fit the fn2 i suppose they would but not entirely sure
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what good do you get from the pulley kit?
The pulley kit turns the ancillaries at a reduced (15%) speed. So the power loss created by turning the ancillaries is reduced.
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I would like to know what its for too.
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The pulley kit turns the ancillaries at a reduced (15%) speed. So the power loss created by turning the ancillaries is reduced.
Does that not answer your question JTL?



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O.K., O.K, So my speed typing is in need of a little tuning.
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so will all pullys for the k20 fit the fn2 then cos vtecdirect carry one hell of alot of honda products
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Sorry, but I think 100% I would prefer my waterpump and alternator turning at the correct designed speed.

The were originally marketed as a weight saving on rotational masses on previous kits commercially available. Reality is they did nothing and had no other function than to add a bit of bling.
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what the **** is this all about?? tell me in english pls lol. If it increases HP can it be put on my 1.8 CTS?
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can they actually make a power difference and also does any of the fd2 pully parts fit the fn2 i suppose they would but not entirely sure
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I would like to know what its for too.

You can find a great deal of information regarding all your questions at the following link...

the COMPREHENSIVE thread on NST (NonStopTuning) Pulleys - 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum

Hundreds of costumer reviews regarding our products and services are available there. These reviews have consistently been positive.

Good luck and have fun with all your projects everyone!
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