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Old 12-29-2007, 06:24 PM   #1
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Ok so here is the situation I am in. I bought a 3.4inch pulley that I need to install. We removed the old pulley with a 3 prong puller. Tore the hell out of the old pulley. 3 prong FTW!!!!!!!!!!! I really didnt feel like spending $100 for the other puller. Now I am trying to get the new one on. Anyone know the bolt pitch that goes in the supercharger. So i can get the new one on.
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Check with BillBoost37 over at www.nebonnevilleclub.net. He lives in CT, so not too far from you, and I believe he loans the tool out.
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For some reason I had the impression you could rent the tool from a parts store...? Maybe that is only locally...you could check around with the parts stores or local garages.
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Ok so we finally got it on. Fortunately I had purchased another supercharger earlier in the year. And it had a screw in the end of it. So we took it out and went to home depot and Lowes and after 40 bolts nuts and washers and 12 hours later we finally got it on and it surprisingly runs great.
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Wait till the PCM learns in a couple days, your grin will grow.
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Wait till the PCM learns in a couple days, your grin will grow.
meaning after the computer gets used to it, itll perform better than wen first put on?


Sweet
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Yes Mike, the computer will add timing and fuel as it gets used to more air over time.

I see in your sig you're going with a 3.6 pulley. Don't be a woos Go with at least a 3.5" and if you're serious about continuous improvement choose an MPS because it won't be long and you will be lusting for a 3.4.....then a 3.3......then a 3.2.....then a 3.1...................... :o
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well, 3.6 3.5 eh, ill figure out which one after i get the sucker back from the shop.



im not a wus : P
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From the sound of broken knuckes on a brick wall, I don't really don't think you're a wus. Just kidding.
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no problems, i might have an anger issue,
but ive never taken it out on anyone,
only myself or inanimate objects :P
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