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Old 05-03-2005, 12:47 AM   #1
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Ok i have a 2.5 pulley for my 95 ssei, its been in my closet for over 2 months now, i want to put it on but i dont want to break anything, Anybody have any posts or other related info, its a series one motor.
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Make sure you have a CAI, better exhaust, colder plugs and a 180* thermostat done on it before hand or you could get mad KR
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I agree with all of the above, except the exhaust woldn't be REQUIRED, but highly desired. CAI, 180 stat, and one heat range colder plugs to start with.

Use an old belt wrapped around the pulley and some large pliers or a pipe wrench to hold it while removing the nut so you don't damage the stocker. A good 3-jaw gear puller or pulley puller. Ours are keyed, where the Series 2 is pressfit. A little easier for the Series 1 guys.

Also, a Gatorback belt and larger diameter idler pulley is STRONGLY encouraged to prevent belt slip. This is REQUIRED on the 92/93.

Moving to Forced Induction. Please try to keep all SC related topics there.
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I just used a strap wrench to jold everything in place while removing the nun. I also did mine with the SC off the engine, but it should be easy on the engine as well. Make sure you have some of those other mods done before installing it otherwise it may hurt you more than help you.
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My strap wrench wouldn't hold it....

But an impact gun, and puller with impact gun later.. BAM!
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What happend to pulleys for NA? Where are they I have looked, mabey I missed it but where o where could they be?
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