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View Poll Results: Which press-on pulley brand is best?
Pulley Boys 3 42.86%
ZZP 1 14.29%
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Old 05-14-2004, 10:41 AM   #1
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Just wondering what you guys feel in the best quality press on supercahrger pulley for the series II?
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I prefer PB, but that'* really about the only option out there for a Series 1. ZZP also markets his products.

One you missed is the DUB system from South Florida Pulley at http://www.southfloridapulleyhq.com/...ey_systems.htm
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I cant really say which product is the better quality,what I can say is the Pulley boys looks the best IMO.
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Well, I didn't know you were asking just for series 2. I picked PB because they are the only ones who make pulleys for series 1 as far as i know.
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DUB with 3.3" for speed and a ( 3.8" for better mpg )
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http://www.intense-racing.com/Mercha...tegory_Code=BE

Don't even think about a 3.3 until your pretty well modded. Most ppl start with a 3.4 all of them see KR. Your stock is a 3.8, a 3.5 might be a good compromise if you get a modular system.
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Yep. The Intense modular setup is the one for the serious guys. They have excellent produts, back them up, and the finished product is always A-#1 when installed under proper conditions. Pulley Boys gets my vote for Series I.
I second Rogue'* comment on the pulley size. When I installed my 3.4 I was getting no KR. That was when the temps were in the 30'* for highs. Was considering going down to a 3.25" and now have decided against it since the daytime temps are getting into the 80'* and 90'* and I'm seeing KR in second.
I'm gonna be selling my 3.4" Magnuson and 3.8" factory press on'*, and get a Intense modular setup with a 3.5" for the track and see what I can get for as close to 3.8" for the road (mpg).
Once I get some more cash together I'm hoping to rework my heads and maybe drop down to a 3.3" for the track.
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