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Old 02-26-2006, 02:11 AM   #11
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yes you could that, but why??
http://www.zzperformance.com/grand_p...ts1.php?id=295 .
ya that is for the Supercharged cars.....and stock replacement pulleys are fine if yours are worn ( and prolly cheaper) than the ZZp ones and there is NO benefit of using the ZZp ones....espically since they are made for the bigger belt that you cant run anyway
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Dude if you want some info , put your yr and model in your profile signature and give more details and the guys here will help you with anything.You arent going to help yourself going off on a rant.
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I think what he meant was that anyone that converts to 8-rib is supercharged and wants to prevent belt slip as much as possible. Belt slip would not hurt naturally aspirated performance. You'd want underdrive pullies, a cam, rockers, maybe an elecric water pump, PCM, port and polish...
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Fojokin, you're way out in left field on this one. Putting that stuff on your car will do about as much as adding peanut butter to the fuel tank. And the second link is PURELY for the supercharger, which you don't have.
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Fojokin, you're way out in left field on this one. Putting that stuff on your car will do about as much as adding peanut butter to the fuel tank. And the second link is PURELY for the supercharger, which you don't have.
lol maybe i should try that...

Fojokin, a tip for any forums, pissing people off on the internet has no point... i dont even feel like helping you anymore... inconsiderate ________.......
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There are slight diffrences between the engines... They may all be L36'* and look the same but there are diffrences... Wo need to know the year and model of the car for that rerason as we do not want to steer anyone in the wrong direction.. We are here to help people...

But if you don't care then neither should we... Do what ever you want to your car... I don't care...

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