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Old 03-11-2005, 12:49 PM   #1
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Question Serpentine Belt Routing Diagram for 5.0 (see inside)

I have an 89 5.0, it has no smog pump, no power steering and no a/c.

It has an alt, crank and water pump and tensioner naturally.


How can I route the serpentine belt? does anyone else have a set up like this?
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I was wondering the same thing.
At the track, how can I bypass the P/S and A/P WITHOUT A/C?
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I was wondering the same thing.
At the track, how can I bypass the P/S and A/P WITHOUT A/C?
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This is the set-up I'll be using this year... no smog, A/C or power steering...

http://www.replicaparts.com/standard...ump%20page.htm

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That better be a standard rotation Water pump.
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how did you post your pick up
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89 Roller...the pic you sent me doesn't help me much. It shows it with the A/c compressor in place.

I don't have A/c.

I have the same setup as the picture, but the reverse rotation water pump. Is there any other way I can do this??

I just bought a new alum high flow water pump, and don't want to spend any extra money on the pump or adjuster bracket.
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I don't think your going to have any luck with this.
The pic above, shows a good idea. But like indy said. Its turning the wrong way if its a stock water pump.
I just looked over at March. They have something but you have to use an electric water pump. Thats a lot more $$$$.
Here's a link if you want to check it out, or if you haven't already.
http://www.marchperf.com/pg30.html#elecwp
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I might have to add a pulley in there somewhere (like an idler) maybe i'll buy the a/c eliminator pulley so i can route the belt in a similar fashion...

Any other ideas?
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I might have to add a pulley in there somewhere (like an idler) maybe i'll buy the a/c eliminator pulley so i can route the belt in a similar fashion...

Any other ideas?
that'll be your most cost effective way unless you still have the compressor and use it as an idler.
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Standard rotation water pump ASC WP641 or NAPA 55-4052

1993 Cobra water pump pulley

The bolts for the water pump pulley to be used without a belt-driven fan are 5/16 x 3/4 24-thread which I bought at Lowes.

Regular underdrive crankshaft pulley

3G alternator with stock pulley that came on it.

Dayco Poly Cog 5060450, $22.88 at Advance Auto Parts (you might end up using 5060445 / 6PK1130 if it needs to be ½ inch shorter).
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Standard rotation water pump ASC WP641 or NAPA 55-4052

1993 Cobra water pump pulley

The bolts for the water pump pulley to be used without a belt-driven fan are 5/16 x 3/4 24-thread which I bought at Lowes.

Regular underdrive crankshaft pulley

3G alternator with stock pulley that came on it.

Dayco Poly Cog 5060450, $22.88 at Advance Auto Parts (you might end up using 5060445 / 6PK1130 if it needs to be ½ inch shorter).

This is what I had in mind, but I assume this is not adviseable if I still have the stock flow water pump. Am I right?
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Right. These pumps are just under $30 with a lifetime warranty, though (be sure you put your receipt in a safe place). If you get one and use the 1993 Cobra water pump pulley you will have to clearance the bolt holes in the pulley a bit so that you can screw the bolts into the pump. You'll need a Dremel.
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