Gates does. They make the blue racing series belt for it
Gates makes an actual racing belt, for racing, and only racing. They make horrible noises such as squealing and chirpingI got the continental coni-tech timing belt with the water pump housing
They're not very popular. I wouldn't trust one to run as long on a street car as a standard belt, and plenty of guys can get away with a standard belt for track use. Plus again, they make awful noises.No shit! Never knew that was even a thing.
Gates High Performance Timing Belts are incredibly strong and extremely heat resistant. Constructed of HNBR elastomeric composites, Gates High Performance Timing Belts are as much as 300% stronger than stock belts and deliver up to three times the heat resistance. You can count on them to hold up to the rigors of high horsepower, which is extremely important with interference engines.
- Superior construction provides up to three times the heat resistance.
- Gripping teeth reinforced with aramid and nylon rubber minimize wear.
- As much as 300% stronger than the standard aftermarket belt.
- Withstand the rigors of high horsepower.
Ok thanks ...also does anyone know how many teeth and the thickness our belts have ? Just curious..I will reveal the reason why i asked later onGates does. They make the blue racing series belt for it
OK thank you195 teeth, 8mm tooth pitch, 1560mm length, 32mm width, thickness: grab your vernier.
Now you're gonna have to tell us what you've got going on though. Them's the rules. I'd change them if I could, but some already said it's the rules, right? Hardly anyone else does anything racing these, so you've got me all excited and anxious waiting to hearOK thanks .
OK thank you
got a part number?Gates does. They make the blue racing series belt for it
Not on me, and rock auto doesn't list it for the 6g75 any moregot a part number?
ok, now that I'm at my computer, Gates does have an RPM series belt that is close, 192 teeth, top width 30mm, 8mm pitch, 1536mm length, I guess it is a belt for the Mazda K8, which was also used in some Ford Probes, just a few teeth shy may work out with tensioning, I guess this will be on my shopping list towards the end of me getting parts. The timing belts for the DOHC 6g72 are way too long at 257 teethNot on me, and rock auto doesn't list it for the 6g75 any more