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    E36 Vortech Pulley - which one for 8-psi??



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    Re: E36 Vortech Pulley - right now 3.48"=6-psi


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    How about a 6\" crank pulley???

    This will give you 9psi (3psi bump anyway).

    Email me if interested...

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    Re: How about a 6

    i'd rather change the pulley at the S/C unit - they are cheap and readily available - i thought the crank pulleys were all the same

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    Smaller SC pulleys increase boost....

    Unfortunately they also promote belt slip and offer small changes (.5-1 psi)
    A change from a Dinan 5.14" crank pulley to one of my 6" pulleys give you a no fuss 3psi boost. 3.43 to 3.33 or 3.25 (smallest people usually risk going) nets 1.5psi max.

    Anyway...its an option...always available.

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    Re: Smaller SC pulleys increase boost....

    thanks - grabbed a 3.33 on e-bay, going to give it a shot

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    Re: Smaller SC pulleys increase boost....

    are you selling a 6" crank pulley?? i have a 3.33 coming - you saying this will give me another 1 to 1.5-psi??

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    Always selling...

    6" or any size you want to mess with...custom made to your order.

    email for details/questions!

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    6" crank pulley + 3.33 sc pulley = 9-9.5psi
    6" crank pulley + 3.43 sc pulley = 8-8.5psi

    Let me know...
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    Re: Always selling...

    mark,

    how much for the crank pulley?

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    $350 shipped in the 48...

    Includes spacer for the sc pulley (Dinan set-ups don't use this supposedly...ESS, RMS, ERT definitely do)...

    Let me know by email or paypal...

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