yea that is my dilema. I was thinking of extending the water pump pulley and run it off the crank but the crank pulley and water pump pulleys are different sizes, ill just run a belt off the crank to the water pump and use the tensioner on the alternator.
all my cars that I have dont have power steering so when it came to building a new engine for the sentra I really dont want the power steering, and the a/c, any ideas anyone?
oh never mind, it was too much trouble se we just left the pump on but got rid of all the lines and pluged up the rest
1991 Nissan Sentra SER
KYB AGX Struts,Ground Control street set up,17*7 Racing Hart C2's on Nitto 205/40zr/17's no brakes (yet) talking to Baer and Kooltech,
1993 SR20DE motor from a wrecked automatic G20, Honed and tapped for pistion squrters by JWT,DET squrters,Crower Rods, GTiR main bearings,Arias pistons,HKS metal head gasket, ARP studs for the mains and Head,entire botoom end balanced by Bensons,custom kevlar clutch,Portflow ported and polished head,5 angle valve job,JWT S3 cams,Nissan Motorsport Cam Sprokets,JWT ECU JWT polished fuel rail/70lbs MSD Injectors, Cobra MAF,
300zxTT fuel pump upgrade,AEM fuel pressure regulator,F-MAX stage 2 turbo kit, HKS wastegate,and recirculation valve.TurboneticsT3/T40E Ball Bearing Turbo,Front mount intercooler. silicone hoses for all water and vaccume lines,Earls fittings and steel braided lines for fuel and oil,polished valve cover, autometer phantom guages for Boost,Exhaust Gas Temp,Water Temp,Oil pres. and Air fuel, 3 gauges are mounted on a custom bezel where the A/C vents used to be..still to come... ignition? boost controler? seats? roll cage, and brakes....
98 se-r w/ p/r cai,jwt s3 cams, stillen header, courtesy exhaust, ur pullies, JUN flywheel, ACT clutch, NOS nitrous kit, eibach springs, kyb struts, st sways, cusco camber plates, f/r strut braces,stillen lower control arm brace, lotsa bushings, and a bunch of other crap
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