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Power steering pump delete kit NA/NB

Power steering pump delete kit NA/NB

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Regular price $189.00 USD
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Description

Finally, searching for the elusive factory power steering delete bracket is over. Our complete power steering pump delete kit comes with everything you need to remove your power-robbing power steering pump while keeping your air conditioning intact. The anodized aluminum bracket is both lightweight and sturdy, and the automatic belt tensioner eliminates the need to set proper belt tension, making setup a breeze. The kit includes all essential hardware and the correct-sized belt. Please note that this kit does not include the parts necessary to depower your steering rack.

Be aware that the included belt won't work with 2004-05 Miatas (including all Mazdaspeed Miatas), thanks to their smaller AC pulley. We offer the correct size belt for the 2004-05 Miatas here.

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What does it fit?

Fits: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2004 MSM, 2005, 2005 MSM

Emissions

Emissions do not apply.

Warranty

1 year

SKU

18-10000

Customer Reviews

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Jason S.
1994 belt to big :(

The bracket and tensioner are great. However, the 795 belt that came with the kit was too large. When the A/C is turned on the belt would slip. After looking under the hood I noticed that the tensioner was bottomed out (providing max displacement ). I had to buy a smaller belt (785) for 12 bucks.

This isn’t that big of a deal, but for almost 200 bucks I am disappointed. My car is a 1994 NA8 and has both a stock crank pulley and A/C pulley. I couldn’t find any information online about anyone having the same issue so I thought I’d post this here.

(I tried to slip a 775 on but it was just too small to get over the crank pulley. I might have been able to pry it on with a screwdriver or plastic pry bar.)

This is the first time we've heard any complaints like this, and we're having trouble figuring out what could be causing it. We've reached out to Jason about it but haven't heard back in the last couple of weeks. Jason, please reach out to us so we can figure out what's going on.

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Luis M.
Excellent Product for common issue

Let's be honest, nobody wanted to pay $200+ for the bulky OEM PS Delete pulley. Here comes FM with another beautifully machined piece (albeit, black anodized would have been so much nicer) that is plug and play and solves an issue I've had since depowering my steering rack. Hot summers plus leather seats sucks, especially without functioning AC. 30 minute install at most if you're goofing off.

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Brian F.
Awesome

I paired this with a professionally depowered rack with welded pinion, poly bushings and new extended ball joints/ R model tie rod ends

Excellent. No clearance issues, AC spins up just as well as before. The extra few horsepower coming out of tight corners is noticeable. Feel is excellent.

Highly recommend.

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Cres
A clean, easy way to remove PS and keep A/C

I de-powered the steering rack in my 95 M Edition years ago and ended up fitting a stretch belt to retain the functionality of my A/C. It worked ok during the summer but from fall to spring, when it is colder and there is frequent morning dew, it would slip and screech really loud. Not a huge issue for a summer driven car. I ordered this as soon as I saw the video on Flyin Miata's YouTube channel. It arrived in the mail pretty fast, was easy to install, takes the guess work out of tensioning the belt, and looks good in the engine bay. I've driven with it for about a week now, with morning fog and light rain off and on, and it has not made a peep. I'm impressed to say the least, and glad to be able to drive my Miata in the mornings again without disturbing my neighbors. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is considering it.