Exceldyne makes two series of belt drives for a big block Chevy, the Elite and the Pro. Does anyone here have experience with either? Any problems with either?
I have been offered one for $450. Would prefer an RCD but they don't exactly sell them for $450.
That is a smoking deal. The Exceldyne belt drives are very fine, either one.
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When I did my research I felt the Exceldyne was the best and it has worked great. There was some things I did not like about the Jesel and some of the others were rather cheap designed and built compared to them.
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I have one on my bracket 565, excellent product. Would not hesitate to buy another
You would happen to have another RCD layin' around by chance do ya?
By the way the is the Elite drive assembly and it's $450. I'll pick it up tomorrow.
I have the Pro on my 632, be careful when installing crank pulley, first go-round I folded over the ext. edge of the double lip seal, poor vac. & drip. Now I expand the outer seal lip with my fingers before installing pulley...I like the set-up..
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