I have both for my 2.4 and my opinion is that they add an additional responsiveness that you can feel. Also shedding the weight will help your MPG and return "lost" HP from the crank to the wheels. If you have the money, I say this is a must for Dart owners.
Just to improve basic things on your Dart without going too deep, the RRM light weight pulleys, the Deyeme rear mount and Deyeme clutch delay valve (CDV) delete (for a manual) are musts to just simply improve the drivabilty of the Dart.
Love all my other mods, but these are the ones I would say should be done even if you have no interest in modding/improving your Dart. These will just make your day to day driving experience better and perhaps where it should have been out of the factory.
I had a certified dodge mechanic install the main pulley. I couldnt get the bolt off. So anyway. He said there would be a slight wobble to the engine. Said it was normal. I did notice the wobble around 70 - 80. Especially when i let off throttle. Has anybody else noticed this shaking.
It was my belief, from previous postings on this forum back in the day, that these pulleys do not act as harmonic balancers and will not have any impact or create a wobble. Full disclosure, most of my research is specific to the 2.4L.
I just bought a 2013 dart, 2.0l 6speed. It's CEL is on and it goes into limo mode and won't rev over 4k after like 45 seconds. I've tried reading the codes but my scanners (I tried a few) won't connect and read the ECU. I'm a bit panicked because I don't have money to take the car to a dealer...
I have had my engine rebuilt and cannot find Chrysler Green Engine enamel in Canada. Apparently, Canada changed regs regarding paint VOC’s and paints not in high demand were not re-formulated. It can be purchased in the US online, but they will not ship to Canada. Has anyone found a way to get...
Just figured I'd start this thread on here. I'm also a member of a Jeep forum and I always checked up on there to see easy and inexpensive mods that I could do on a boring day. So what have you done to your Dart today?