This is a discussion on Belt replacement within the Veloster Maintenance forums, part of the Veloster Turbo Garage category; Originally Posted by geekdragon One of the cheapest parts on the car. Fairly easy to replace. I'm not going to say it's worth getting worked ...
If you're itching for an upgrade TooGQ, NST pulleys are an option. If you do this, remember to get a new stud to attach the crank pulley, as they're tightened to yield. Also, as a fellow DCT owner (it should be the same on autos), keep in mind that you'll need to find a way to hold the crank pulley still to loosen / tighten it. An impact driver is almost mandatory, if not you gotta get creative.
i've never heard of bando.. but always used oem serpentine belts or oem / gates timing belts.
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