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Old 07-04-2004, 12:51 PM   #1
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Alright, so far all I have done to my car is have the supercharger rebuilt, and put a cold air intake on it. I would now like to purchase a 2.2 pulley for it along with new gatorback belts. I can't find where to buy the belts from though. I found the pulley at pulleyboys for just about 100 dollars. If someone knows about how much the belts are that would be great. Also, is there anything else I need to do in order to make this setup work? THanks.
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Glad you asked. You can get the SC belt from Pulleyboys, but Autozone may be a better price. My bet says they'll have one belt in stock, and have to order the other. Should only take a couple days.

Putting a 2.2" pulley on a 92 or 93 SSEi or SC SSE REQUIRES another part in my humble opinion. Buy the oversized idler pulley from ZZP. The 2.2" SC pulley doesn't allow for enough belt wrap circumference on the early S1 L67 with the dinky pulleys, and belt slip with decreased boost and belt life are the results. This idler also allows you to stick with the stock belt length. The idler does fit. My car was the test-fit for it.

Here'* an example of the comparison:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ight=zzp+idler

Read the whole thread before buying your pulley and belts.
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Thanks willwren. That is a lot of help. How much power do you think the combination will add?
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With an intake, maybe 20-25hp, but probably even more in the torque department.
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Excellent. Okay, now one last question. I am also going to get a thermostat. Which is the best for temp wise and brand wise?
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Some of that depends on where you live (climate). I run a 180 Stant with two 1/16" holes drilled in it.
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Alright, well, I have to get my 92 SSE done before I can start this stuff. I have to sell it because I don't really have a need for two bonnevilles. But then I will check the cash flow and see what I can do along with the time I have to do it. Thanks for everything though willwren.
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Wouldn't an opened exhaust almost be necessary before the 2.2"?
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Not really......at least mine wasn't. I had a high-flow cat before the pulley, which probably helped, but the muffler was still stock at that time. I didn't lose any indicated boost with the muffler change, either.

I think the stat and trans cooler would be required before the intake and pulley, but the exhaust could come later.
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I thought SLP said a transcooler was not necessary at all. It said that even their 400hp cars don't have them. Why would I need one? Also, where can I buy the stat at?
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