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Old 11-13-2012, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Time to replace your timing belt/tensioner/water pump? MP has a kit for you!



If its time for you to do a water pump/timing belt job, Modern Performance is the solution! We have two kits, one with a Mopar water pump, and another one with a Gates or GMB water pump.

You also have your choice of Gates OEM belt, Mopar OEM belt, or the Gates Racing Belt.

All are in stock, and with ground we service most of the USA within 3 days or less. Or, if you need it faster we can airship it to you by Fedex!

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Mopar water pump/timing belt/tensioner/idler bearing/cam seal kit:
https://www.modernperformance.com/pr...tenance_timing

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https://www.modernperformance.com/pr...tenance_timing
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Was hoping to see this in your flash sale last night on facebook. Are you going to have special pricing on this soon? I need this kit for my winter build!
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Which water pump and belt are best
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Was hoping to see this in your flash sale last night on facebook. Are you going to have special pricing on this soon? I need this kit for my winter build!

There have been several price increases recently from the different suppliers of the water pumps, cam seals, etc recently. Even with all of these price increases we have kept the pricing the same, saving you money!

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Which water pump and belt are best

We get that asked a lot.
Mopar / Gates / GMB water pumps that we offer are all very good quality. Gates and GMB are HUGE suppliers to the OEMs, so it might even be that one of these companies supply Mopar.

Gates oem belts, Mopar OEM belts, Gates Racing belts, all are very good quality. The most popular one we carry is the Gates Racing belt, because Gates states their RACING series belt is 300% stronger than a OEM equivalent belt.
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Yea I've been wanting to buy a kit but can't make my.mind up on what.kind of belt to get and water pump. Also you have the other v2 ones that are cheaper.
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Quote: Originally Posted by srt4CO View Post
Yea I've been wanting to buy a kit but can't make my.mind up on what.kind of belt to get and water pump. Also you have the other v2 ones that are cheaper.


Our most popular kit :
Mopar water pump kit with the gates racing belt.
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At what mileage should I change this out? I just hit 70k
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At what mileage should I change this out? I just hit 70k

The factory recommends replacing the timing belt at 90,000 miles, or 7 years whichever comes first.
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Can I use the racing gates belt on a mildly stock engine with a few bolt ons
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Can I use the racing gates belt on a mildly stock engine with a few bolt ons

Yes, the Gates Racing belt will work on any NSRT4 engine.
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does the mopar water pump have the plastic impellar?
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does the mopar water pump have the plastic impellar?

Cory can confirm but the Mopar one I saw was the same design as the plastic impeller version, but it is now made of metal.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:34 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I purchased the timing belt kit from Modern Performance last month with a Mopar water pump, and it had an open 6-blade metal impeller. The key reason that I purchased from Modern was to make sure that I was installing the "right" water pump. Has Mopar ceased production of the enclosed plastic impeller, or was this a mix-up?
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The mopar one is now metal also. I ordered the mopar and got the same thing but it had the mopar stamp on it

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Quote: Originally Posted by scheinwerfer View Post
I purchased the timing belt kit from Modern Performance last month with a Mopar water pump, and it had an open 6-blade metal impeller. The key reason that I purchased from Modern was to make sure that I was installing the "right" water pump. Has Mopar ceased production of the enclosed plastic impeller, or was this a mix-up?

Yes.
Mopar discontinued the plastic impeller unit.

Mopar has superceded the part number for the plastic impeller unit over to the steel wheel unit.

Furthermore, all aftermarket manufacturers are now offering the steel wheel unit. The plastic finned unit is no more.
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