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      11-17-2010, 03:10 PM   #1
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:: ECS Tuning :: N54 Quick Spool Crank Pulley - Black / Silver ~ Unlock Hidden HP!

The ECS Quick Spool Pulley releases hidden horsepower from your N54 engine by reducing the rotational mass caused by the stock heavy crank pulley.

Less rotational mass equals less engine drag causing the engine to have a quicker throttle response creating boost faster throughout the RPM range.

The stock pulley weighs in at a scale tipping 8.65 lbs. compared to the ECS Quick Spool Pulley at just 0.50 lbs.! That's a 94% reduction in weight.

Throughout the testing phase, the ECS Quick Spool Pulley gained an average of 6hp and 5ft/lbs at the wheels. (see dyno chart)

Each ECS Quick Spool Pulley is made from high quality 6061 aircraft grade aluminum and has a hard anodized coating available in black or silver.

Click HERE to order or for more information.





Click HERE to order or for more information.



As always please let me know if you have any questions! Feel free to shoot me a PM or email.

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      12-17-2010, 10:48 AM   #2
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Thanks again for the orders everyone and let us know if you have any questions!
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Price for kit shipped to 18040 please.
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Price for kit shipped to 18040 please.
Click HERE to order or for more information.

From there all you need to do is simply enter your postal code and you will be given an exact shipping quote.

Please let me know if you have any questions! Feel free to shoot me a PM or email.

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any reviews for this?
I'm not sure about it. Would be any problem with it in the future or not?..
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      05-10-2011, 02:20 PM   #6
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Thanks again for the orders everyone and let us know if you have any questions!
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      05-10-2011, 02:52 PM   #7
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Yeah are there any issues running this, like charging or weaker hvac?

Same for auto/stick and uses the original belt?


I had charging issues one my cars a while back that had underdrive pulleys, but that car had a huge stereo system also, 335 is stock stereo.


Just want to make sure there are no issues ...else I don't see no reason not to have this!

thanks
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Yeah are there any issues running this, like charging or weaker hvac?

Same for auto/stick and uses the original belt?


I had charging issues one my cars a while back that had underdrive pulleys, but that car had a huge stereo system also, 335 is stock stereo.


Just want to make sure there are no issues ...else I don't see no reason not to have this!

thanks
The pulley is the same diameter as the OEM pulley, its just 94% lighter..

A good comparison might be... "say you have 17" stock wheels and you swap them over to light weight 17" wheels are you going to go slower?"

Hope that makes sense. Let me know if you have any other questions, and I'll do whatever I can to help!

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sweet, thanks for your reply.

definitely getting this!!


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The pulley is the same diameter as the OEM pulley, its just 94% lighter..

A good comparison might be... "say you have 17" stock wheels and you swap them over to light weight 17" wheels are you going to go slower?"

Hope that makes sense. Let me know if you have any other questions, and I'll do whatever I can to help!

Cheers,
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I have a brand new one never mounted I bought to see why I couldn't use for the N52. I'll sell for $100shipped. continental US.
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I have a brand new one never mounted I bought to see why I couldn't use for the N52. I'll sell for $100shipped. continental US.
Do you still have the pulley for sale?
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Do you still have the pulley for sale?
I bought it. I might be parting out some parts on my car soon though, email me at coolsho@ca.rr.com if interested in the pulley. thanks
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Joe,

Doesn't the stock pulley have a harmonic damper? Do you guys retain this somehow?

I've always been told to not swap out a crank pulley for a lightweight one that has no dampening.

Thanks, pulley looks quality!
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I know there is an M54 motor, just curious if you had one for the N54 motor in the BMW performance intake that's advertised on your website.
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I bought it. I might be parting out some parts on my car soon though, email me at coolsho@ca.rr.com if interested in the pulley. thanks
Were you able to tell any difference with the pulley?
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Were you able to tell any difference with the pulley?
oh yeah the car seems more responsive off the line and can feel the additional torque
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oh yeah the car seems more responsive off the line and can feel the additional torque
So do you think its worth the money? I heard that pulleys don't really do anything for our car.
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So do you think its worth the money? I heard that pulleys don't really do anything for our car.
well for only around $150 this is one of the few cheap mods for our cars!
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