A separate bracket allows the option of power steering or no power steering. Two separate idlers guarantee the ultimate in belt to pulley contact area for sure ''no slip'' operation. Precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum for strength and perfect fit. Hardcoated on high wear areas.
NOTE: additional balancer hub for mounting crank pulley REQUIRED:
Application:Corvette LS1, LS2, LS3*(See Note) and LS7
NOTE: Works with LS3 only after modification to water pump backing plate bolt heads to allow proper mating. Smaller head bolts may also be used to solve this issue.
Standard Kits 655-20060; 655-20070; 655-20080; 655-20090 are designed with clearance for wider Electronic (drive by wire) throttle bodies.
Narrow Kits require mechanical throttle linkage.
Kits with power steering include:
The March Performance Style Track serpentine system is created with a combination of style and low price that is sure to find favor among car enthusiasts everywhere. The highly styled one piece alternator and air conditioning bracket provides a rigid support for the alternator and A/C compressor; a separate bracket allows optional power steering. The new Style Track makes use of a unique easy to use belt tension adjustment tool, once the belt tension has been set, the tool is easily removed and stowed away until the next time the belt requires adjustment. As a result the Style Track displays a much cleaner appearance!Kit includes:
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