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    Thread: *** ABF Serpentine Belt Conversion KITS & T6061 Lightened Pulley's ***

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      07-22-2008 02:22 AM #36
      Quote, originally posted by Pete O. Arguelles »
      Thanks for the info. I'll post and document with pics of the conversion.

      heres a couple of mine

      the setup pretty well puts itself together


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      08-03-2008 03:58 PM #37
      i like this bracket way better than the aba one
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    3. 08-05-2008 12:41 AM #38
      I have an 84 gti with AC and no p/s I want to upgrade my AC compressor with an ABA one. I guess I'm wondering what pulleys do I need? I have thought about upgrading my alternator too. Can you tell me what upgrades I need to make to the electrical system to go from 64a to 90-120a alt? Do you have an upgraded bracket that will work with the a/c pump? sorry if I missed a link that would answer my questions.

      Thanks


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      08-05-2008 12:48 AM #39
      Quote, originally posted by Ivanna Dub »
      I have an 84 gti with AC and no p/s I want to upgrade my AC compressor with an ABA one. I guess I'm wondering what pulleys do I need? I have thought about upgrading my alternator too. Can you tell me what upgrades I need to make to the electrical system to go from 64a to 90-120a alt? Do you have an upgraded bracket that will work with the a/c pump? sorry if I missed a link that would answer my questions.

      Thanks


      The only set up that allows AC is the ABA set up.You will need to configure a belt system in order to get everything on 1 single serpentine belt.
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    5. 08-05-2008 10:33 PM #40
      Thanks for the info. can you tell me what the ABA setup includes? cost?

      Thanks


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      08-06-2008 04:55 AM #41
      Quote, originally posted by Ivanna Dub »
      Thanks for the info. can you tell me what the ABA setup includes? cost?

      Thanks


      I am not sure,you can search the MKIII classifieds to find a used set up for a decent price.
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    7. 08-06-2008 04:38 PM #42
      nice setup

    8. 08-07-2008 09:13 AM #43
      Oh ok my fault I thought you had an ABA bracket setup as well. Thanks for the info.

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      08-08-2008 10:31 PM #44
      Quote, originally posted by Ivanna Dub »
      Oh ok my fault I thought you had an ABA bracket setup as well. Thanks for the info.

      I do but to be quite honest people would rather pay for a USED unit as it is pretty much available state side than for a new one.
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      08-17-2008 10:38 PM #45
      i have a 2.0 16v that has on the crank a serp setup / a vbelt on the outside (from block) that vbelt is on the water pulley. The alt is in the stock location and serp. ready. I was wondering if i just get the aluminum alt & waterpump pulleys if i could elminate the stock tensioner & vbelt?? Could i keep the alt in stock location with this setup or do i need the bracket to move it? i'm going to try and find my cable for my camera cause i'm sure that would explain it alot better, just tryin to configure exactly what i need from your kit thanks!

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      08-17-2008 11:03 PM #46
      Quote, originally posted by Sony487 »
      i have a 2.0 16v that has on the crank a serp setup / a vbelt on the outside (from block) that vbelt is on the water pulley. The alt is in the stock location and serp. ready. I was wondering if i just get the aluminum alt & waterpump pulleys if i could elminate the stock tensioner & vbelt?? Could i keep the alt in stock location with this setup or do i need the bracket to move it? i'm going to try and find my cable for my camera cause i'm sure that would explain it alot better, just tryin to configure exactly what i need from your kit thanks!

      What set up are you running?Sounds to me like the ABA?

      you can eliminate the V-belt with the water pump and alternator pulleys yes

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      08-25-2008 03:47 PM #47
      hey you said you had one kit left before you'd have to make more and it'd take a few weeks although i still have not heard from you about the kit, it's been over a week?? When is it shipping out to me, i was hoping to have this by this past weekend by the way you made it sound that you had everything ready to ship. If you could please let me know when it's going to get here that'd be great..

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      08-25-2008 04:44 PM #48
      Quote, originally posted by Sony487 »
      hey you said you had one kit left before you'd have to make more and it'd take a few weeks although i still have not heard from you about the kit, it's been over a week?? When is it shipping out to me, i was hoping to have this by this past weekend by the way you made it sound that you had everything ready to ship. If you could please let me know when it's going to get here that'd be great..

      Please talk to me on aim.I have been dealing with a personal matter and have not been in front of the computer.
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      08-26-2008 12:13 AM #49
      Whatever the problem might be Issam is a great seller and is true to his word.

    15. 08-26-2008 03:20 PM #50
      Whatever the problem might be Issam is a great seller and is true to his word X2


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      08-26-2008 09:03 PM #51
      Allready fixed the issue.
      I am sorry but these days I am so busy doing a million and 1 things that I cant reply to some of you asap.I really do try and many members on vortex can testify to this.

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      09-02-2008 12:53 PM #52
      I will testify that INA is good guy and very helpful. Thank you so much for the advice.

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      10-27-2008 01:52 PM #53
      any more kits availible?

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      11-07-2008 01:20 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by INA »
      all PM's replied to.I will be doing a complete serpentine documentary in the coming weeks.
      Thank you for the continued support of an awesome product.

      if you need anymore pictures, let me know, ill have my car back at the shop within a week or two


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      11-07-2008 04:53 PM #55
      Quote, originally posted by ValveCoverGasket »

      if you need anymore pictures, let me know, ill have my car back at the shop within a week or two


      ABOUT TIME!
      500hp?
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      11-16-2008 08:11 PM #56
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      ABOUT TIME!
      500hp?

      not yet
      the vband stainless exhaust and dumptube are allllmost done


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      11-16-2008 08:33 PM #57
      Quote, originally posted by ValveCoverGasket »

      not yet
      the vband stainless exhaust and dumptube are allllmost done


      20 mins later...
      Is it done yet?
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    23. 11-26-2008 06:08 PM #58
      would you sell the alt bracket separately?

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      11-26-2008 06:14 PM #59
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      20 mins later...
      Is it done yet?

      well, its back at the shop now.... im about ready for it to just be finished though haha this is taking FOREVER im ready to stop spending money on it, and start driving it now...

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      11-29-2008 07:18 AM #60
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      We have now reduced the price of the crankshaft serpentine pulley kit to $115US SHIPPED.Kit consists of:
      * Brand new OEM 1.8T Crankshaft pulley
      * Spacer for correct offset

      No more buying cracked up old ABA pulleys
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      12-05-2008 07:01 PM #61
      Quick couple of questions for you: I have a 9a and am converting to a serp belt and will be retaining the PS, but no AC.

      I have the ABA bracket and alt, and have a vr water pump pulley in the mail.

      1) is there a way to get the PS pump in on the serp system?
      2) if so, which crank pulley and PS pulley do you suggest?

      To me it doesn't look as if you can keep the PS with the serp set up. Hopefully you will tell me that I'm wrong.


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      12-05-2008 08:38 PM #62
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      **** CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ****
      * NEW 06A Crankshaft Accessory Pulley
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      Quote, originally posted by badboyripper »
      Quick couple of questions for you: I have a 9a and am converting to a serp belt and will be retaining the PS, but no AC.

      I have the ABA bracket and alt, and have a vr water pump pulley in the mail.

      1) is there a way to get the PS pump in on the serp system?
      2) if so, which crank pulley and PS pulley do you suggest?

      To me it doesn't look as if you can keep the PS with the serp set up. Hopefully you will tell me that I'm wrong.


      1. There is no way to get the PS pump pulley onto the serp system without a custom bracket.We are developing this now.
      2. The crank pulley will always be serpentine and you can buy the one we have listed.That will work for whatever combination you want.
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      12-06-2008 02:25 AM #63
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      2. The crank pulley will always be serpentine and you can buy the one we have listed.That will work for whatever combination you want.

      Does your crank pulley have the v belt piece to it so I can run my PS?


    29. 12-06-2008 01:15 PM #64
      i have a 2.0 16v that i plan to turbo, and i read in your form that you recomend a tdi crank pulley. do you sell this item? if so how much ?

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      12-06-2008 01:49 PM #65
      Quote, originally posted by badboyripper »

      Does your crank pulley have the v belt piece to it so I can run my PS?


      No,you have to modify yours for now.I just got a whole box of PS accessories from all across the board so I am going to be making aluminum V-blet pulleys for the power steering so that they work with the crank.The crank pulley I have choosen is IMHO the best OEM piece on the market.
      It has a nice NEW harmonic damper in it.Perfect for whatever you want to do.

      Quote, originally posted by lostwabbit »
      i have a 2.0 16v that i plan to turbo, and i read in your form that you recomend a tdi crank pulley. do you sell this item? if so how much ?

      We no longer sell the TDI MKIII pulley due to its difficulty to source at an affordable price ($350US+ @ dealer).The MKIV pulley has a similar harmonic dampner and We recommend it to anyone running a turbocharger or supercharger.
      We are running a christmas special of $199US for all 3 pulleys.You will need to convert to either an ABA or ABF serpentine set up.
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    31. 12-09-2008 04:16 PM #66
      ok so say i were to be in germany..... which ABF parts would i need to
      source? part numbers?

      -no a/c
      -keeping P/S


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      12-09-2008 07:58 PM #67
      Quote, originally posted by gtidubboy »
      ok so say i were to be in germany..... which ABF parts would i need to
      source? part numbers?

      -no a/c
      -keeping P/S


      Any yard should have an ABF bracket and alternator.More than likely the crankshaft accessory pulley will be cracked up.
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    33. 12-10-2008 10:37 AM #68
      Quote, originally posted by INA »
      More than likely the crankshaft accessory pulley will be cracked up.

      the crank accy pulley? meaning crank pulley, or an accy pully?

      and is this the correct bracket?
      its a Q.... is this different than the AD?
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      12-10-2008 02:27 PM #69
      Quote, originally posted by gtidubboy »

      the crank accy pulley? meaning crank pulley, or an accy pully?

      and is this the correct bracket?
      its a Q.... is this different than the AD?
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      Yes the crank pulley meaning the accessory pulley (the pulley that drives the accessories).
      That bracket is the correct bracket.By the time you box them up and bring them across they cost over $100
      BTDT...but good for someone who is allready there.
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    35. 12-10-2008 04:47 PM #70
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      Yes the crank pulley meaning the accessory pulley (the pulley that drives the accessories).
      That bracket is the correct bracket.By the time you box them up and bring them across they cost over $100
      BTDT...but good for someone who is allready there.

      yea ill be coming home for xmas and bringing it with me.... so shipping is no problem.... i just need the part numbers....

      i read earlier the correct part number ended in AD... that ebaz auction is a Q-ending part num. is it still correct......?


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