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Old 06-02-2009, 08:18 PM
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nice DIY
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Originally Posted by alenehan
nice DIY
Here you go:

http://www.nonstoptuning.com/pKitToySciXD.html

EDIT: You must have edited your posted before I quoted you..
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lol i actually finished reading the comments so i found my answer sorry
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Anyone else? We still have a few pulleys in stock for anyone who may be interested.

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Originally Posted by NonStopTuning
Anyone else? We still have a few pulleys in stock for anyone who may be interested.

pm me some details, my xD friend wants one
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Originally Posted by alenehan
Originally Posted by NonStopTuning
Anyone else? We still have a few pulleys in stock for anyone who may be interested.

pm me some details, my xD friend wants one
All the details are listed on our website...
Specs, prices, availability, etc...
http://www.nonstoptuning.com/NSTPULL...tToySciXD.html

Please feel free to contact us by phone should you have any questions. Otherwise, please place your order with us on our website and we would be more than happy to ship a package out to you.


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Old 06-12-2009, 12:08 PM
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Im selling a NST crank pulley with 500 miles on it in the for sale section. It is all TC people over there so I am wondering if any xD people are even seeing it.
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Smile Changed Mine Saturday

I did my replacement on Saturday. Took the plastic cover way down and did not need to remove it to complete the task. I got the Pulley Bolt off using an electric impact tool. Was a breeze. The pulley removal from the shaft required a damper pulley puller ($18 from Napa) to remove it but that, too was easy. The clearance in the fenderwell was JUST ENOUGH to use the puller to remove the pulley. The engine had to be turned to allow the puller to clear. It was EASILY turned by hand to set the shaft angle to facilitate the removal. All the rest was just plain simple.

I gained 3MPG using the cheapest gas anyone can find. I truly have the CHEAPEST gas anywhere. I can't explain, so just take my word. You should have better results.
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Originally Posted by bwhite View Post
I did my replacement on Saturday. Took the plastic cover way down and did not need to remove it to complete the task. I got the Pulley Bolt off using an electric impact tool. Was a breeze. The pulley removal from the shaft required a damper pulley puller ($18 from Napa) to remove it but that, too was easy. The clearance in the fenderwell was JUST ENOUGH to use the puller to remove the pulley. The engine had to be turned to allow the puller to clear. It was EASILY turned by hand to set the shaft angle to facilitate the removal. All the rest was just plain simple.

I gained 3MPG using the cheapest gas anyone can find. I truly have the CHEAPEST gas anywhere. I can't explain, so just take my word. You should have better results.
I'm happy to hear your positive review, and glad that you have noticed a positive gain with your new NST Pulley! Thanks again for the help and support of our brand, I certainly do appreciate it.

We have only a few of these pieces in stock now, and once they are gone this item may not be available again for some time.
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UPDATE!

We are down to only ONE piece remaining in inventory now. It may be a LONG time before we offer these pulleys again after this one piece is sold.

So anyone who may be interested in a NonStopTuning Crank Pulley for their Scion xD may want to hurry!!!

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what is a good pulley brand to put on my car?
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Originally Posted by cubanoloko View Post
what is a good pulley brand to put on my car?
NST offers more pulleys for the line of Scion cars, than all of the competition combined.

The NST Scion xD crank pulley is in stock and ready for shipping:
http://www.nonstoptuning.com/NSTPULL...tToySciXD.html


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Hey NonStoolpTuning, i emailed you guys about the scion xd short shift kit, when are they going to be in stock again?
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Originally Posted by cubanoloko View Post
Hey NonStoolpTuning, i emailed you guys about the scion xd short shift kit, when are they going to be in stock again?
Unfortunately, our SSK is sold out and we do not have an ETA for any new units being produced.

We do have a small number of pulleys in stock and ready for immediate shipping... FREE SHIPPING in the USA this month. Please hurry if interested.

Thanks again, best of luck with all your projects!


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I am thinking about doing this to my wife Xd. Only to free up HP and better gas miles.
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