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Old 04-23-2003, 10:53 AM   #1
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Will a stock 93 2.5" pully fit right onto a stock 95 supercharger? I have a 95 SE Supercharged and if I put that smaller pulley on my SC do I need to worry about causing additional problems?
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I have an aftermarket 2.5 pulley on my '95 SC. You can also take a 2.5 from a '93 and get it to work. They are essentially the same pulley.

If you do do that I would also highly recommend the following items first to make sure your ride keeps running strong. Get a 180 T-stat, Tranny cooler is always good, CAI and possibly exhaust. If you put the smaller pulley on you want to make sure that the car can breathe in and exhale as good as possible to get the most out of the pulley.

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I have an aftermarket 2.5 pulley on my '95 SC. You can also take a 2.5 from a '93 and get it to work. They are essentially the same pulley.

If you do do that I would also highly recommend the following items first to make sure your ride keeps running strong. Get a 180 T-stat, Tranny cooler is always good, CAI and possibly exhaust. If you put the smaller pulley on you want to make sure that the car can breathe in and exhale as good as possible to get the most out of the pulley.

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I will agree with SSEI95 all the way on what he said... good stuff...

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What is CAI?????
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Cold Air Intake....replaces the airbox and air intake assembly in your engine bay
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Cold Air Intake Its basically an intake with a heat shield on it. The heat shields dont do alot, if you want the intake check out the bonneville store at www.ADTR.com
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wrong link! try www.angryducktofuracing.com or check out the links section on this site.
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