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Old 10-11-2004, 12:29 AM   #1
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Roads still too wet to TRY it out but it sure looks cool.
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Old 10-11-2004, 12:33 AM   #2
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Sweet, I need to get me one of those for the street, my 3.2 is little small for daily driver.

What size belt you put on with it?
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Old 10-11-2004, 12:45 AM   #3
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What size belt you put on with it?
It'* in my signature below.

I thought you already had one Taylor.

Why is the 3.2 too small for you on the street? I would have thought that with your 1.9 rockers, it wouldn't be.

I have a 3.2 for the track.
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Well my last scan with the 3.4 on I still saw blip of 2-3 KR. New PCM going in with fans at 160 tomarrow and want to scan again when I get a case learn. I don't like the idea of having any KR on the street. so the 3.4 is staying of for now. Todd had the same problem couldn't run a 3.2 with no kr like GP'* can untill it was cammed.

will be running a 3.2 at the track though. Going in on Friday and will just run race gas for the weekend, try to get it scanned too but thats a maybe, than the 3.4 is going back on with a new belt,
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Any reason why a bonnie could not run same size pulley as a GP? Also would this ony apply to newer gen bonnies, or my 97 SSEI as well?
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I'm leaning towards just the +2k bonnies, but all cars/engines act different. All comes down to the tolarances of how everything was made/assambled that day, just my opinion, explans the factory freeks too.
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Sweet, I need to get me one of those for the street, my 3.2 is little small for daily driver.

What size belt you put on with it?
Looks great paul! Looks like rain for a few weeks though

6PK1815 SC Belt
its in his sig btw
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is that pulley a lot wider than the belt? does it have some room for play in it? its hard to tell from the pic
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97-03 GP PCMs are very different then 00+ Bonneville ones, the bonneville is more limiting, but many issues are being resolved by rogue with every new burn.

Side note = the 04+ GTP chips are VERY limiting.They go well above 300HP with Intense'* help.
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is that pulley a lot wider than the belt? does it have some room for play in it? its hard to tell from the pic
Yes it is wider than the belt. About one groove on either side of the original belt. The front spacing needs to be wider to accommodate mounting it with the 5 screws to the press on bushing.
It`* a lot lighter, so less rotational inertia.

.....I just may be after that new INTENSE burn too.
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