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Old 08-17-2006, 06:17 AM   #1
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We I finally got the extra money to buy some upgrades. Now who lives anywhere withing driving distance of AR with a pulley puller :P if not I'll just have to order one. I'm really excited LOL
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Old 08-19-2006, 05:35 AM   #2
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Wow, I need to pick a new place to live. Guess I'll need to save some money up for the removal tool
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Yeah, I don't think there are many members in your immediate vicinity. However, there are two things you can do to better network with other BC members. First of all, check the thread in the Lounge about mapping club members. You'll be able to see an interactive map with different member locations posted.



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Second, put your location in your profile so it shows up under your avatar each time you post (like where the arrows are pointing just above this paragraph). Then if somebody in your area happens to notice your location, they might shoot you a PM to link up. There are probably a ton of members who didn't even see this thread, so having your location available each time you post increases the chances of finding a local.
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I guess I cant just install the fwi and new computer...wouldnt the new computer be configured for the 180* tstat and the 3.4 pulley
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You can put the PCM in, but a 180 is do able.

Most people will rent the puller once, and stick with that size, or get a modular on there so they don't need it again.
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Yeah, the intense kit is modular. I was going to have a mechanic do it, hopefully it wont cost that much to do. I can do the fwi and the tstat...I think
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I would be willing to bet your mechanic does not have the right pulley puller for the M90 Pressed pulley.
You need a special pulley puller, made specifically for this setup.
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TY blue eyes I'll get ahold of the kit. I installed the tstat, pcm, and intake last night. Took a while about 3-4 hrs but I am already impressed. Wow there is a ton of difference already, I am already running almost 2 psi more boost @ max. I definately love the fact when I turn the traction control off, it'* actually off.....and can't forget the major difference in the whine of the supercharger. Great stuff.
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I would be willing to bet your mechanic does not have the right pulley puller for the M90 Pressed pulley.
You need a special pulley puller, made specifically for this setup.
True! I went to a mechanic that worked for GM for 25 years and he didn't even have a pulley puller. I ended up buying one from Intense. I don't live close enough to drive. Sorry.
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anyone live near kansas city, mo?
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