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Old 09-02-2005, 02:47 PM   #41
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How about belt sizing? Since we have to pull that bolt on the TQA mount to swap the belt. Are the pulleys differently sized enough to require multple belts?
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How about belt sizing? Since we have to pull that bolt on the TQA mount to swap the belt. Are the pulleys differently sized enough to require multple belts?
If the pulley sizes are extreme, yes. But if you go with the usual 2.5 on the 95, and 3.4 on the SII, shouldn't need to change the belt size.
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All stock here too, 225Hp is good enough for me,
Nah....in our boats we need at least 300hp to get it moving down the road at a decent clip
You must have too many spair tires in your trunk ,Because it don't take mine too long to get motivated once Mr. super gets turning
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All stock here too, 225Hp is good enough for me,
Nah....in our boats we need at least 300hp to get it moving down the road at a decent clip
Patrick, I still wish we could have met up in Stockton. Would have been fun to shoot the bull! One of these days I am beginning to get hit with the pulley/mod bug! Even though we have different years cars, how has your reliability been treating you since your mods?
Yeah, it would have cool to meet up!
No problems since I put the pulley on. I had a 3.4 on my Grand Prix for over 60,000 miles. I changed pullies 3 days after I got the Bonnie Then again, I was used to a 13 second Grand Prix so it was waaayyy to slow for me
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