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Old 08-18-2003, 11:05 PM   #21
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hey do you still have your exhaust end the thing you took off to fit the new tips on
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Thanks alot for all your help i just have 1 more question before i order this thing. im going to order a gatorback while im at it, just curious if changing the diameter of the pulley would require me to change the belt size?
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You should be able to run with the stock belt. The Tensioner should pull up the slack. If you wanted you could get a bigger tensioner pulley at www.zzperformance.com
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Yup.....Bass is right. The larger tensioner pulley is really almost a necessity for the 92/93, almost as important for the 94/95, and a good idea for the 96+.

It prevents you from having to change belt lengths with an extreme pulley diameter change, but also has the side benefit of allowing a greater diameter of belt wrap around the dinky SC Pulley, helping to prevent slip.
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