Posted 29 December 2010 - 02:33 PM
how much difference is there with a 10 rib belt vs regular one? does it sound, or feel different or respond better? or is it just a longer lasting belt setup?
and does this kit come with the whipple or does it have to be bought separate?
Unfortunately I only drove it about a half mile home, so I can't answer any performance questions yet. The sound is the same though. The BIG difference is that you are now running a dedicated blower belt. Before it was all the same belt, so if you threw it off you lossed the power steering, water pump, and charging system, thereby making the car undriveable. As of now there are a few other things, like maintenance for instance, because the alternator is behind the bracket it will be a real bi_ch to replace. The poly mounts add a vibration type noise that you will have to deal with, but that's the cost... so what. As far as cost goes, you must buy it separate, it does not come with the SC kit. Most everyone else is NOT having a problem with the single belt. I was. It was installed under an agreement, not out of necessity.
Sorry officer, I thought you wanted to race!
2007 SGT CSM07SGT1316 Purchased 5/12/07 Black, 5 speed
Blue Oval Sequential Taillights, Lower Grille, Faux Snake Gas Cap, Shorty Antenna,
1st GT/SC conversion by Tasca since Shelby released the Model!!!
550 Whipple, Baer drilled and slotted rotors, Hawk pads, Gauge Pod,
McLoed twin disc clutch and Aluminum Flywheel, Shelby billet license frame,
Whipple 10 Rib belt system, Lethal Ind. Poly motor mounts, Shelby snake center caps,
quarter window black outs, Shelby billet engine cap set, Shelby brake duct bezels and
No, I have not dynoed it.