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Old August 6th, 2011, 02:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Install RRE underdrive pulley

hello everyone,
I just installed my RRE underdrive pulley so i took some pictures. The RRE how to is not made for visual persons like me. I you need to see the things before doing a mod(like me) this is a tutorial for you. So here we go.

I will use the RRE text instuctions and add some of my pictures to make it perfect.


Tools Needed:
* 1/2” Drive Ratchet wrench with 3” extension
* 3/8” Drive Ratchet wrench
* 3/8” Drive 12mm long extension
* 3/8” Drive 10mm long extension needed to remove splashguards
* Allen wrench of medium size to hold pensioner
* Jack and Jack stand to hold up car
* 4 way to remove lug nuts
* Various screw drivers Phillips & straight to remove plastic splashguards
* Your new Pulley
* Your new Belt

(If you need pictures for steps 1 to 4... just sell your eclipse and buy a bicycle with fluffy handles and nice cute horn)
1. Park your car in a level safe work area, let your car cool for a little while if needed.
2. Loosen the lug nuts a few turns on your passenger right front wheel
3. Jack the car up and support it securely on a jack stand
4. Remove the wheel/lugnuts from the car
5. Remove the splash guards behind the strut and under the oil filter area. This step is difficult, not technically although will take some patience.

Pictures for step 5
You will need a flat head + philipps screwdriver to remove the clips from splash guard. There is 1 bolt to remove on the left upper side wich require a 12mm socket. You don't really need to remove the plastic completly, you can leave the right side attached.

1 clip to remove under the car



6. At this point you will pop the hood if you have not done so already. You will now want to observe the belt routing. Take notes if you need to.
7. Next step is too loosen although do not remove the 4 bolts on the stock pulley.

loosen the 4 bolts with 12mm socket


8. You will now want to observe the tensioner. You will see the part on the tensioner where the 1/2" drive ratchet goes. At the bottom left corner of the tensioner you will see a small round hole where the Allen wrench goes into. You do not want the Allen wrench any farther than 1/2" into this hole.
9. Next you want to take the 1/2" drive and pull it towards the front of the car which will take the tensioner towards the rear of the car. This will begin to remove tension from the belt.
10. At the point which you cannot pull the tensioner any more you will now see that your Allen wrench can be pushed through to hold the tensioner back. This step can be done with one person although it is difficult to hold the tensioner back and then push the Allen wrench through.
11. You can now let go of the wrench and the belt tension should be free and the tensioner should be held in place.

Here are picture on how to get the tensioner off and i also made a video so you can't really not understand this.



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Now you can use RRE images to route your new belt.



Once the new belt is in place, all you have to do is take all pieces back in place and have fun with your car.


12. You will now remove the belt from the car taking careful note of how it is routed.
13. Next you will remove the 4 bolts from the stock pulley and remove the pulley from the car.
14. Next you will put the better pulley on making sure to line of the notch on the crank to the proper hole on the pulley. This is easy to do and there is only one way to go
15. Next you will put the 4 bolts on and tighten them down so the pulley is no longer loose.
16. Now you will prepare your belt by removing the folds and trying to straighten it out like the old belt
17. You will now put the belt on the car, make sure it is set in all the pulleys correctly
18. You will now remove the Allen wrench on the tensioner by turning the tensioner towards the rear of the car by using the 1/2" ratchet.
19. Now that you have belt tension tighten the 4 crank bolts down as hard as you can. I do not have torque specs for these.
20. After this do a final check of the belt and the pulley to make sure everything is tight and the area is free of tools and anything that would hurt a test start.
21. Test it by starting the car and observe the belt and pulley to make sure everything is tight and spinning correctly. Make sure the belt is on all the pulleys and hasn't moved over.
22. After testing you will now be ok to put the splash shields back on, put the wheel back on, hand tighten the lug nuts, raise the jack, remove the jack stand, lower the jack, then double check the lug nuts to make sure they are tight.
23. Go drive your car, be impressed with the results and tell your RalliArt friends to buy one.
Click on pictures for larger ones, then click back to return to this page!

Now some extra pictures of the job

Stock pulley at left and RRE pulley at right


RRE pulley in place
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great post Im going to do mine this weekend hopefully
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Erep to my man Zedawg! That 1st pic was priceless. I couldn't find the top left bit until now. Thanks again!
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Just for clarification, here is a pic of my splash shield with red circles (I missed the one to the right of the gap where you can see the pulley) highlighting the places where it's being held. The top left and top right are hidden until you feel for it with your hands and you can find it. Those are the 12mm bolts and you can get them out with an extender.

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wow thank you so much for the video its what i needed btw can i buy these tools at autozone cause i dont think i have this at home , thanks again dude dont take the video down cause im going to need it when i actually install it

and i think this should be stickied its way better then the other isntructions (no offence)
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This was an amazing write up and the little video helped a mega fuck ton thank you so much I just installed it like 10 minutes ago and I'm happy!!
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Ok so iknow this thread is sooo old but, will the pulley have any long term negative side effects?
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anyone know a different way to loosen the belt tensioner? For some reason it won't badge and i chipped off the edge of the square hole.fml I have a 2010 gs.
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that is the only way to get the belt off unless you go up to another pulley and remove the pulley. it will be harder with the tensioner pushing on the belt. maybe u can get it off from one of the pulley that is smooth so u can slip it off
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I think trying to put the belt in to the new pulley might damage the belt... cause I got to force it on while the tensioner is pushing on it...
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Did this last night. The hardest part about it was figuring out how to remove the plastic shield hiding the pulley. I could do this again in 20 minutes.

Car still amazes me at how easy it is to work on.
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This is the serpentine belt that comes with the UDP:



AC Delco Part number 6K721

Apparently it's also the standard belt for a BMW Z4, so we share this piece with some good company!

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Go to RockAuto.com and look up 2009 BMW Z4 with 3.0L L6 engine. There it is under "Belt Drive" then "Belt". 6K721, from Roadmax, Gates, Dayco, AC Delco, & Goodyear.
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Go to RockAuto.com and look up 2009 BMW Z4 with 3.0L L6 engine. There it is under "Belt Drive" then "Belt". 6K721, from Roadmax, Gates, Dayco, AC Delco, & Goodyear.
The 6K721 is a little too tight. I think in these threads, they were recommending 6K722 or the k060722. I will be making the change myself in the next month.

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I wish the video for this still worked. I'm having a hard time finding the spot for the Allen wrench on the tensioner...
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I cant see the video eather
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I think only Zedawg's FB friends can see it. Would you mind uploading it to youtube and sharing the embeded video (copy the embed code here)?
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I ended up finding the tensioner. It is a little complicated to pull it back and throw the allen wrench through the hole, but really that was the hardest part.

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Has anybody installed this UDP on a ac delete? If so, what belt did you use?
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Am i the only one who can't see the pictures?
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What part has you confused? You remove the passenger wheel and splash guard, loosen the bolts, pull back the auto tensioner, remove the belt, remove the bolts, put on the new pulley, and re assemble. Takes about a half hour if you know what to do, 45 min-1 hour making it up
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Nothing, i was just concerned maybe my chrome was acting up, anyway got it install, drove the balls out of it and when i came to a redlight, idle was perfect this may have been what was causing my odd shudder idle
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The only way that the pulley could cause any vibration is if your OEM drive wheel were off balance. Very unlikely for it to do that. The accessory belt is such a minimal part of anything mechanical on the car
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Well that may be true, but I won't look a gift horse in the mouth haha
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Did you unplug your battery by chance?
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So what belt does this pulley use?
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They wouldn’t have loaded for me even if they worked, because I block all Facebook domains with a pihole and Ublock originwith wildcards

Just to make a point about the other thread saying that there were pictures that couldn’t be accessed anymore
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