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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    If you race at the track you can go to a smaller belt. Many people short belt to get better times. You remove the A/C and power steering belts. I forget the part number but you can buy it at any auto store. You will knock time off your ET. I only run A/C during the summer. The belt for it is off all other seasons. When you get use to swapping the belts out it takes less than a minute (belt tension tool helps). I short belt at the track myself.
    Well yes but the short belt is another discussion actually. Personally I never noticed a difference from just removing the AC belt. Prolly gives like 2 hp.

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    I like power but not at the cost of my AC. I shut it off when i race but use it 90% of the time I'm in the car so even for a few hp gain I still rather have the ac. I know in my 5.0 I deleted the smoke pump for weight reductin and extra power but always kept the a/c.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    Hey guys I have a question
    deleting the a/c pulley does it really add power to the engine?
    On the z28 I had it was deleted and it had more power than the ss I have
    now.
    So wat u guys think?
    I like the a/c bt I Like to feel the power better lol
    I'd say that if you aren't into serious racing, deleting the A/C pulley,etc. is a total waste of time and effort. Like others have said here, at WOT, the A/C is dis-engaged any way.

    Also, please note that the A/C not only keeps you cool in hot weather, it is also vital to the operation of the defroster. Without A/C, the defroster will be useless when it comes to quickly eliminating a fogged up windshield.

    YMMV, but I doubt it. . .

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