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Old 08-27-2008
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Anyone running bass while having an underdrive pulley

I had an underdrive pulley installed on my truck a few weeks back and was told that running an underdrive pulley will cause the alternator output to drop not allowing me to run a subwoofer without problems... or something like that, can't remember the reason verbatim. Anyway I was wondering if anyone with an underdrive pulley on their truck also has a system and what your setup looks like, and if you have had any electrical complications.
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You can just get the alternator pulley that speeds just the alternator back up to normal speed.
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^^yes been running that set up for like 2 years no with no problems
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thanks guys. i've been wondering this exact question.
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