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Old 01-06-2004, 12:28 AM   #11
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According to what I've gotten from Pulley Boys, Eaton, and Magnusson, the 2.5" is the ideal for the 94/95 performance pulley. I don't know about the 2.4". I personally wouldn't want to buy it only to find out it hurt performance. If you DO, build a helluva insulated CAI, and insulate your intake tube. Maybe even ceramic coat your exhaust manifolds, and put an extra heat shield over the crossover pipe. You're gonna need it!
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WOW thanks for very fast response, I do have my CAi insulated but have done nothign to the manifolds nor crossover pipe , I did plan on having them cerami coated later . I also plan on nos within the next few months so probably no more boost needed. thanks for your time and response
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