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Old 03-15-2017, 10:32 AM   #1
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Pic needed Stillen V2 Tensioner Bracket

As most already know the Stillen S/C kit is no longer produced and so are the misc parts to install.

Im looking for a V2 tensioner bracket and pulley for a V2 S/C Kit. Its like looking for a needle in a hay stack.

So I'm hoping I can maybe modify the OEM tensioner but I need a pic of the Stillen tensioner bracket to get a idea of how it would look.

Only pics I found online was from the actual V2 S/C installation instructions but it was installed on the motor.


If anyone has a V2 kit not installed and could snap a few pics of the bracket itself with out the adjust rod, washer, spacer and pulley that would be awesome.

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V2 Plate, V2 Tensioner Bracket and Custom metal pulleys.
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Old 04-03-2017, 09:54 AM   #2
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PM stillenmaxima, he had some copies made of my bracket, and I believe he was selling them. But I don't know if he has any left.
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Old 04-06-2017, 07:23 PM   #3
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Not sure what youre looking to do but I bought Stillen Maximas V1 SC using a V2 plate which I never used since I had already bought Mattys V1 plate and starter kit, used that instead.

The stock tensioner stays the same from what I can remember and it doesnt need to be modified if Im not mistaken.
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PM stillenmaxima, he had some copies made of my bracket, and I believe he was selling them. But I don't know if he has any left.
Thanks, I will give that a try.

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Not sure what youre looking to do but I bought Stillen Maximas V1 SC using a V2 plate which I never used since I had already bought Mattys V1 plate and starter kit, used that instead.

The stock tensioner stays the same from what I can remember and it doesnt need to be modified if Im not mistaken.
Well, I had bought a S/C 4th gen Auto a few years ago and eventually I removed the S/C kit and sold the car. I planned to install it on my 5 speed Maxima after I did maintenance, and mods.

Well, now the time has come to prepare/research/study for the re-install on my 5 speed and I failed to realize that the V2 plate uses a modified stock tensioner bracket along with a smaller pulley and a spacer/insert. I thought it was all stock and didn't notice when I removed it and left all that on the auto max I sold.


So I have a V2 plate, V2 S/C, all bolts, and the rest of the kit.

I am missing the modified stock tensioner bracket, insert/spacer and tensioner pulley.

The V1 plate uses the stock tensioner as is unmodified but with a different pulley as well.
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Old 06-01-2017, 06:07 PM   #5
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I was able to find this pic which is exactly what I need.

I went to the jy to grab a stock tensioner bracket to compare and see if i can come up with something if all other options fail.
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And a side by side pic i found of the modified (left), and OEM unmodified (right)
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Picture in post #5 was taken by yours truly. Good luck finding the parts you need.
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ther are 2 guys on the FB group My5th gen selling parts Vlad and Chris Cruz
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Old 06-07-2017, 08:25 AM   #9
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Pic #6 is mine. OP must be Josh lol


I have a template of that tensioner that I took before I sold the kit. I actually sold it to someone in Cali so maybe you can bug them and make a copy
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I've got the bracket you need pictures of. I just bought my v2 supercharger.
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