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Old 12-31-1969, 08:00 PM   #1
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what size pulley are you running? and post pics if you have any

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anyone?
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Joe,

The M62 Eaton blower came stock with a 3" pulley. It is less efficient than an M90 (series II engine). I thought my Supercharged '95 SE was modified by the previous owner, but alas I was wrong. It is still a screamer (and a sleeper)! There were not many SE'* that came with a supercharged engine. Most people opted for the fully loaded SSEi. I don't have any pics yet. Basically it is an SE with leather interior and a "Supercharged" badge on the front doors. It also has a spoiler.

I believe Speedguy knows of a 2.25" pulley for the Series I engine. (I think it was him that mentioned it on a previous post).

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Hey, read the thread in the mechanical forum "SC Pulley specifics". I just went through all this. The only pulley and belt available is at www.scperformance.com.
If you're trying for more boost, you might also want to read my post on water injection. Good luck!
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Ill be offering the same pulley so go for there’* mine will cost the same. Basically the standard stuff will come after I have created all the non-existent stuff.

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Thanks Speedguy!
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