Okay, so I'm trying to plan out my desires for next year's (hopefully) tax returns. I've already remove 48.5lbs from the front of my car. That leaves 122lbs until I reach the same weight as a stock 94-95 coup. My desire is to switch out the stock K-member & A arms with tubular and coil overs. That should remove another 50-60lbs off the front. I'd like to also like to delete the power steering set up at the same time in favor of a flaming river set up (20:1). That should delete another 30lbs. Lastly, I may also opt for aluminum heads to knock off another 40-45lbs. I'm thinking with all that weight off the front of the car that a manual steering set up would not be all that forearm intensive even in a daily driver. I have 2 questions: 1) I'd like to keep my A/C, but loose the pwr steering. Can I just find a shorter belt if that happens? 2) Is there some kind of dummy pulley to replace the pwr steering pump similar to the smog pump delete kit? Any info is appreciated. Also, if you think I have severely misjudged the effort needed w/a manual set, even with all the weight off the front of the car (appx 165lbs), please feel free to say so, and help me understand your point of view. Thanks, guys!