1998-02 LS1 350 Chevy Camaro/Pontiac Firebird
March GM Late Model Serpentine Performance Pulley Sets are precision CNC-machined from solid billet aluminum or high-carbon billet steel for 1984-2002 Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac Firebird, Chevy full-size car and 1987 Chevy/GM truck applications with small block Chevy engines. They are computer designed for each application assuring that the electrical and cooling systems function properly while your engine runs easier, the no-slip deep grooves eliminate belt squeal and throwing!
Increases horsepower by reducing accessory drag (typically 12.5 HP at rear wheels) and eliminates belt throwing. Designed for normal street driving.
Power & Amp Series
Increases horsepower by reducing accessory drag (typically 11 HP at rear wheels). Designed for vehicles with automatic transmission or high-amperage need. Excellent for towing and stop-and-go driving.
Steel Pulleys are precision machined to run perfectly true. The high-carbon billet steel is covered with iron phosphate and then powdercoated high-gloss black polyester for maximum rust prevention.
Aluminum Pulleys are precision machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for extra strength and wear. They are hand polished and powdercoated clear or black for a maintenance-free finish.
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