There are no alternate pulleys (UD or lightweight) for power steering, only the crank. I would call Andy's Auto before placing the order as Stillen discontinued production about 2 yrs ago and everyone I've contacted for new parts doesn't have any in stock. When I called Stillen they said they have No plans to do another production run (even for a GB) nor would they sell their engineering plans so I could have someone else mill one for me (CNC or otherwise).After searching the forums, I read a few times that there is a lightweight power steering pulley, or underdriven power steering pulley for the 4.0. Does anyone have info on this? Or know where to purchase? Thank you.
volume. they were selling too few to be worthwhile.At one time back in the day there was a company that sold a power steering pulley here; WRP. That guy, Will, pissed a lot of people here with some questionable business practices... I knew that Stillen started making the crank pulley but wonder why they stopped? Was hoping to get a lightweight pulley at some point.
I spoke to a Stillen rep through online chat and they just produced a batch and are now shipping. I bought mine yesterday from Andysautosport.com for sale at 160+/- all shipped for 181. It is a drop ship from Stillen and fedex should have it delivered by Monday.At one time back in the day there was a company that sold a power steering pulley here; WRP. That guy, Will, pissed a lot of people here with some questionable business practices... I knew that Stillen started making the crank pulley but wonder why they stopped? Was hoping to get a lightweight pulley at some point.
Back in stock now.volume. they were selling too few to be worthwhile.
Had this installed on my last P4XCC and noticed the gas was better, engine accelerated faster, and no issues with voltage. Install was a breeze with friends and beer.Does anyone have this installed now? What's your review and opinion??
My same experience. I loved it and can't to install on my 2017 P4XCC.I did the install about 4 or 5 months ago. It went smooth. Used hand tools and did the starter bump method to free the bolt. Factory pulley came free easily. After install I did notice the engine seemed to rev faster, and felt a little more torquey in the mid range rpms. I have a bullydog GT on the truck and was watching my alternator output before and after, no significant drop in voltage. One thing I did notice was about 2-3 mpg better driving all around.
Factory size belt. Funny you mention the warranty. Yes it can void your warranty if a problem was to arise however according to laws that protect the owner of the vehicle, Nissan must prove that the aftermarket part was the route cause.What size belt do you put on? I'm assuming this would void the factory warranty?
Its a pretty part and it makes a difference for the price I think its worth it.this is very interesting. I might have to get one
how are you getting a factory size belt to fit an underdrive pulley? at best it should be slipping. Are you sure its an underdrive pulley an not just a lightweight pulley? When last I reached out to Stillen I asked about underdrive and they kept trying to steer me to a lightweight pulley... "... blah, blah, blah, just as good... blah blah blah..." Yes it's lighter but much of the gain is from the smaller size of the pulley.Factory size belt. ...
Stillen has 2 pulley models..The pulley I am referring to is the crank pulley that is lighter and uses the stock belt since it?s the same size. This is the same pulley I purchased in the past and never had the belt slip.