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Old 08-01-2011, 06:52 PM   #26
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I'm surprised no one said anything about weight comparison. Well, as you can see, the stock crank pulley is 4.6 lbs and the Grimmspeed crank pulley is 2.2 lbs. My scale wouldn't detect the Grimmspeed pulley by itself, thus, I put the two together and minus the difference.

Anyways, like most of you said, the Grimmspeed lightweight crank pulley feels smooth and a lot better. So far, no check engine light and I'm one BIG happy camper. Thanks everyone at Grimmspeed.
Awesome, I love the little test you did, that is great! Glad to hear its working out well for you, so far not 1 single complaint we have heard!!

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Old 08-02-2011, 04:49 AM   #27
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Just ordered one of these! Will be putting it on once received.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:29 AM   #28
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Is there any news on the availability of the Blue and Red crank pulley?

I ordered one through a NASIOC vendor.

Last week, the vendor informed me that grimmspeed is getting a new batch of the blue and red pulley.

I just wish if we can know the exact week.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:31 AM   #29
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Is there any news on the availability of the Blue and Red crank pulley?

I ordered one through a NASIOC vendor.

Last week, the vendor informed me that grimmspeed is getting a new batch of the blue and red pulley.

I just wish if we can know the exact week.
Exact week...how about exact day and time? All blue and red back-ordered pulleys are shipping tomorrow(Thursday) at 3pm central standard time.

Hope that helps

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Old 08-05-2011, 02:35 AM   #30
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I love this pulley, I noticed the difference right away. I was also part of the group buy here
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Old 08-06-2011, 03:17 AM   #31
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just installed mine tonight! blipping the throttle while at idle, theres nothing noticable. but man oh man!! once you start driving, feels smooth like butter!! less vibration while accelerating. RPMs climbs faster smoothly with less throttle. They say its like removing 100 pounds off the car, but i say its more because when my brother(210lbs) is in the car, it feels lighter with the pulley than him outta the car! seems like the rpms climb faster than actual accelerating. THIS IS WORTH EVERY PENNY!! Great product! i got the black one so its looks very stealth.
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:10 AM   #32
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Hey all, four year owner, often use NASIOC, first time poster as for once i'm STUCK!!!...
I just installed my shiny new blue Grimmspeed Lightweight Crank Pulley. Overall, I love the response improvements, the car pulls great with less lag in spooling through all gears. HOWEVER when idling I pulled a CEL with P301 and 303 (miss fire in cyl 1 and 3), also once while decelerating. The car idles fairly "rough". I wouldn't say obvious missfires, no apparent knocking or ticking of valves. Timing belt was replaced at the same time with all new idler pulleys, tensioner, water pump too. That may be part of the equation... ill get there...

2003 wrx ej205
MODS: pretty basic stuff all installed at least one year ago, never had a problem prior.
-Catless downpipe 3" to the tip
-Manual boost controller (installed by prev owner, eliminated one vacuum line i am reinstalling to correct any vac leaks or possibilities, the "T". all vacuum good otherwise)
-Grounding Kit
-Aluminum radiator large surface (makes getting back to that pulley more than reach between)

Everything else stock! WIX drop in air filter, NGK copper gapped at .029, I cleaned my IACV w/ alcohol and replaced gasket to no fix. Swapped coil packs around, checked plugs, stethoscope-ed my injectors, reset the comp (disconnect battery and hold brake), still rough idle... the CEL will return within miles-days again im sure...

MY NEXT TWO STEPS and I would greatly appreciate any other suggestions or directions i should take...
1. Pull of left and right timing belt covers, make sure cam pulleys are lined up still... I've heard that one pulley can be off one tooth without any immediate damage to valves other than backfire or rough idle. The drivers side (cyl 2/4) pulley did pop-twist on me while installing the timing belt, i rotated the correct direction and realigned prior to install. (THANKS MEATY GUIDE) no compression test yet, i know thats a biggy if i bent valves but no apparent knock, when the pulley moved, only about 1/5 turn.
2. While im in there, if all Timing belt seems in order, reinstall factory crank pulley . My reasoning for this is all was OEM replacement with my car running fine. Install Grimmspeed pulley, CEL and rough idle. was that the last straw for my cars mods before it wants to be tuned beyond hardware???
***if reinstalling factory pulley works, can i reinstall the grimmspeed and have a tuner resolve my idle issue with software?!?!?***

Im no fool of a technician, and a better troubleshooter than parts replacer until i find the issue. Id like to think i was very thorough, even tho the only factor changed in the performance was the crank pulley before i had any issues. And it seemed unlikely two coil packs or injectors failed upon starting my engine and it still runs as good as it does in high rpms. Thanks everyone... Grimmspeed? Any similar problems you've heard? Im not bashing at all, every subie i see is different under the hood so thought id be specific...
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Old 08-23-2011, 02:37 PM   #33
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I would have to lean toward the possibility that you may be a tooth off on the timing belt. I have not heard of anyone having a misfire code from this pulley. I have a lightweight flywheel and do not get any codes. I would definatly start by checking the timing marks on the belt and pullies.


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Hey all, four year owner, often use NASIOC, first time poster as for once i'm STUCK!!!...
I just installed my shiny new blue Grimmspeed Lightweight Crank Pulley. Overall, I love the response improvements, the car pulls great with less lag in spooling through all gears. HOWEVER when idling I pulled a CEL with P301 and 303 (miss fire in cyl 1 and 3), also once while decelerating. The car idles fairly "rough". I wouldn't say obvious missfires, no apparent knocking or ticking of valves. Timing belt was replaced at the same time with all new idler pulleys, tensioner, water pump too. That may be part of the equation... ill get there...

2003 wrx ej205
MODS: pretty basic stuff all installed at least one year ago, never had a problem prior.
-Catless downpipe 3" to the tip
-Manual boost controller (installed by prev owner, eliminated one vacuum line i am reinstalling to correct any vac leaks or possibilities, the "T". all vacuum good otherwise)
-Grounding Kit
-Aluminum radiator large surface (makes getting back to that pulley more than reach between)

Everything else stock! WIX drop in air filter, NGK copper gapped at .029, I cleaned my IACV w/ alcohol and replaced gasket to no fix. Swapped coil packs around, checked plugs, stethoscope-ed my injectors, reset the comp (disconnect battery and hold brake), still rough idle... the CEL will return within miles-days again im sure...

MY NEXT TWO STEPS and I would greatly appreciate any other suggestions or directions i should take...
1. Pull of left and right timing belt covers, make sure cam pulleys are lined up still... I've heard that one pulley can be off one tooth without any immediate damage to valves other than backfire or rough idle. The drivers side (cyl 2/4) pulley did pop-twist on me while installing the timing belt, i rotated the correct direction and realigned prior to install. (THANKS MEATY GUIDE) no compression test yet, i know thats a biggy if i bent valves but no apparent knock, when the pulley moved, only about 1/5 turn.
2. While im in there, if all Timing belt seems in order, reinstall factory crank pulley . My reasoning for this is all was OEM replacement with my car running fine. Install Grimmspeed pulley, CEL and rough idle. was that the last straw for my cars mods before it wants to be tuned beyond hardware???
***if reinstalling factory pulley works, can i reinstall the grimmspeed and have a tuner resolve my idle issue with software?!?!?***

Im no fool of a technician, and a better troubleshooter than parts replacer until i find the issue. Id like to think i was very thorough, even tho the only factor changed in the performance was the crank pulley before i had any issues. And it seemed unlikely two coil packs or injectors failed upon starting my engine and it still runs as good as it does in high rpms. Thanks everyone... Grimmspeed? Any similar problems you've heard? Im not bashing at all, every subie i see is different under the hood so thought id be specific...
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Old 08-23-2011, 04:12 PM   #34
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Yes this sounds most likely like an issue with the timing install, the only scenario where a pulley could have any effect is when the flywheel is already too light for the vehicle and the pulley is enough to push it over the edge, however there is NO issues with just a standard lightweight pulley/flywheel let alone an oem flywheel and LW Pulley!

Best of luck to you sir, please let us know what you find!

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Old 08-25-2011, 11:30 PM   #35
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one tooth off in the 1 and 3 cam... ten points for me. Love the pulley even more now though. Seems like my car isn't even running at idle now, despite the *womp womp womp womp...*
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Old 09-01-2011, 03:58 PM   #36
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Haha nice! Great to hear that you did get everything back to normal, glad you like it too!

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Old 09-02-2011, 04:08 PM   #37
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I have a 4EAT Forester XT 2.5L Hybrid (EJ20 head), with Cosworth S2 278/274 Camshaft (KK3920)

On stock Crank Pulley:
1. In the 4EAT, when from a stop, there is a slight delay (lag) to get the car to accelerate, after the throttle pedal is press.
The delay is around half second.
The effects is less noticeable when moving, but it is there nonetheless.

2. I have an upgraded camshaft and its causing slight lope at idle.
I can feel some slight intermittent vibrations in the car while at idle.
The idle speed has been raise to 950rpm.

After Grimmspeed Lightweight crank pulley install:
1. The throttle respond is almost instantaneous, the delay is gone, the car felt more like a manual transmission than auto.

2. With the Grimmspeed lightweight crank pulley, the slight intermittent vibrations while in idle is almost unnoticeable.
The lightweight pulley seems to decrease the 'lope at idle' vibrations effects from the upgraded camshaft.

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Thank you to all the reviewers that points me to this modification.
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:40 AM   #38
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Hi Will, are you having another GB sale on this soon? If not please pm a price.
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Old 09-09-2011, 12:37 PM   #39
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I am very sorry we are not PM sent!

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Old 10-19-2011, 08:04 AM   #40
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Ugh I can't wait to get one of these!
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Old 10-20-2011, 05:03 PM   #41
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We have some factory seconds available right now!!!

http://www.grimmspeed.com/catalog/pr...roducts_id=238

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Old 10-26-2011, 04:09 PM   #42
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Can you guys chime in on your elevation? I live in Salt Lake City 4353'. Moved out here for school a few years ago from Pa 1100' and 93oct and noticed a big difference in my car. A lot more sluggish from the help of the elevation and 91 oct I feel this would help out my car on the sluggish pick up.
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Old 10-26-2011, 04:18 PM   #43
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We are between 650-900 I think with an average of 830ft above sea level.

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Old 11-24-2011, 12:56 AM   #44
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Got mine two weeks ago and I love it <3. Downshifts like butter in comparison to stock. Only had the car for 2 1/2 months before putting this on but I feel like it revs a little faster, as well. As far as idling, sometimes it's much smoother and sometimes it has some of that stock roughness, however that's most likely because I'm not tuned yet (3 more days!) and I have a feeling it'll be more consistently smooth afterwards. Overall glad I purchased it. +1!

I'm in New Orleans so I'm right below sea level.

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Thanks for the post. Glad you are happy with it. I see that you said you were getting tuned a couple days after your post, How did that turn out?
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Thanks for the post. Glad you are happy with it. I see that you said you were getting tuned a couple days after your post, How did that turn out?
Great! Corr Performance in Baton Rouge did a great job. Really nice, helpful guys. All of the benefits of the pulley seems to be a little more noticable now. Idle is nice and smooth 95% of the time.
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Very cool, i'm glad everything is running good now! it's also nice to know of a good shop in LA.

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My wife bought me a red grimmspeed pulley as a gift. She gave it to me last night. It's a very high quality piece. The color is great. I'll post again after I install it.
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Hey Subyaddict,
Nice holiday gift :-)! Post some pics and what you think about the pulley when you install it!

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