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Old 05-14-2005, 04:55 PM   #1
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hows it going, im ready now to remove my series 1 supercharger pulley, and i was just wondering what torque the bolt should be tightend to and do i need lock tite or anything else, ( my car has cat back exhaust, cai, 180 tstat) any other mods that should be done before i make the swap, i just dont want to ruin my car, if there are any sites where ican get new bearings i may swap them at the same time, thanks
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Great service, great price. Do the nosedrive at least. The rotor bearings can be a PITA so save them for next time.

Use an old belt and some vicegrips to hold the pulley, and tighten the nut as much as you can. It'* a nylock nut.....it has a locking material built in. Your pulley is keyed like all series 1 cars, so it'* not as critical for you.
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