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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-17-2005, 01:52 AM Thread Starter
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Has anyone tried out any of the pullies from this place? It says on the website to not go smaller than 3.25" pully without an ecu reprogram, would that even be worth doing, according to the site a 3.25" pully will add 2lbs of boost. Can anyone help me out with this or give me some advice on a good pully system

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yea the reason u need the ecu piggy back is b/c your car wont like running anymore then 2 extra lbs of boost without a little re-programing
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where can you get this piggy back and how much is it? Has it worked for anyone yet? Also I thought I have read that some people have the 3" in now with no piggy or reprogram.
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will that extra 2lbs of boost do anything HP wise, or would it be better to wait, get a smaller one and have the ecu piggybacked?

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I have the 3.25 pulley and it works pritty good. I hit about 14 psi with it and havnt had any problems.
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well from what i can understand you wont ever see above 14psi. the ECU limits how much boost you get. and goin' off that, i would assume you COULD run the smallest pully they offer, and still only see a MAX of 14 psi on teh stock computer, you would just get tehre hella quicker

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I have a 3.25 also haven't had any probs. I am going to go to a smaller one yet but I have to get a bigger tensioner first.

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well from what i can understand you wont ever see above 14psi. the ECU limits how much boost you get. and goin' off that, i would assume you COULD run the smallest pully they offer, and still only see a MAX of 14 psi on teh stock computer, you would just get tehre hella quicker
The ECU can actually see up to 16.5 lbs. of boost.
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I have a 3.25 also haven't had any probs. I am going to go to a smaller one yet but I have to get a bigger tensioner first.
I think we can go to 3" without any tnsion problems. I know someone had the 2.8 and it slipped alot.
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