i do alot of city driving to, with a/c, radio, lights, etc. The difference was that before the pulleys with all the accessories on at idle the guage would be on the "M", now it's on the "R", Thats only at idle though and once you raise the rpm's even the slightest bit the guage jumps back up. Pulleys should actually put less wear on accessories since they're not spinning as fast as they were with stock pulleys.
1998 Black Cobra Convertible- FR500 Stuff, T56, MM Suspension. -Garage Queen-
1998 Blue GT- Loud Pipes, MM Suspension. -Daily Beater-