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Old 09-29-2006, 11:44 PM   #51
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you broke off the bolt in the threads of the shaft?! is that what im seeing? havent got it out yet?
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Right on Haro.
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ehh just run it directly on the shaft and get 452 psi

arent those bolts hardened steel or am i just trying to make it sound worse than it is?
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No they are not hardened. It is a socket head set screw used with the pulley puller tool to act as a centering device. You get two washers and two set scews with the puller, so I suppose they only last for two pulls before you should throw them out to avoid breaking.
I will have to drill and use an extractor for both the Puller tool and the SC shaft.

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Second modification you must make is the PCV system extension. If you look at the Gen V, and locate the EVAP sensor, look to the right, and you'll see a small nipple. This is part of your PCV system, this MUST be utilized, or you WILL have a vaccuum leak!! Below are your choices:

You can run a tube from this nipple, to the air intake, this inlet must be located behind the MAF sensor, but before your throttle butterfly. In the LS1/Northstar setups, this is easily done by threading a tube into the air intake between the MAF sensor and the throttle body. On the L67 throttle body, its alittle more involved. There is a brass plug on the bottom of the l67 tb, drill out the plug then tap it.

You can cap this nipple off, and run a breather on the front valve cover. (***NOTE*** This allows unmetered air to enter the PCV system, and may cause problems down the road)


For now I plan on simply plugging the port on the Gen V. What problems down the road will this cause

What did Rogue do


Not sure if I reroute the water injection nozzle to the lower manifold, what the effect of it only spraying from one side inbetween two adjacent ports across from two adjacent ports...
And I fear the challenge of drilling into the manifold.
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how much does a Gen V give you? what years can i find them

sorry for being off topic
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Should be able to give 50 hp gain.
They came stock on '04 - '06 GM L32 optioned 260 hp SC3800 engines.
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i had the screw break off on me too when i installed my pulley
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Did it flatten the washer like that.
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nope
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You guys need to either start pulling properly or get a real puller.

I have used mine about 8 times, never hurt a washer or that hardend steel piece that goes in.
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