So just how long does it take the PCM to learn from a pulley swap
If it takes, as I see from some members posts, a few hundred miles, then swapping pulley'* at the track would be kind of useless.
I have been running since the summer with a 3.2 pulley. I ran all summer with a 3.1 including at the WCB Meet. I downsized to see if it would make any difference.
I have just installed a 3.0 pulley but honestly can't notice much difference with the boost gauge or seat of the pants between any of these sizes. WTF
I always use 94 Octane and the engine is always < 160 F.
I am not using the water/meth injection yet either. Saving that for warmer temps.
Ya, I know, scan, scan, scan.
Using the AutoTap is a real pain and lately I haven't had the car on the road long enough to really play with tuning.
Just wondering what Rogue and others opinions are based on my mods. Is it best to pick a pulley and then stick with it? Is a 3.0 pulley pushing the envelope?