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Pablo94SC
05-19-2008, 06:49 PM
Hey guys, I just got off the phone with Elizhalee at Pulley Boys (www.pulleyboys.com) and they are willing to give us a 10% discount on their blower pulleys. Here's the specs -

* Made from 6061 T6 billet aluminum
* Milled on the front side to fit a standard 1-1/8 hex wrench (like stock)
* Hard Anodized in black for less belt slip!!!
* All pulley sizes listed are as measured over the ribs where the belt contacts - measurements are after anodizing.

Pulley Sizes and approximate OD
3.275" -- 94-95 OEM or 4% UD
3.135" -- 89-93 OEM
3.0" ---- 4.3% OD
2.9" ---- 7.5% OD
2.8" ---- 10.6% OD
2.7" ---- 13.8% OD
2.6" ---- 17% OD
2.5" ---- 20% OD

** Please note; 2.70" and smaller pulleys require custom snout machining for clearance.

Here's what you do - Call up Pulley Boys Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm PST @ 253.588.2350. Ask for Elizhalee, tell her you're with the SCCoA and would like the 10% discount. Cost will be about $81 + shipping. WA residents will have to add sales tax... sorry.

decipha
05-19-2008, 07:44 PM
Nice, I'll order a 2.5 for my stock 90 s/c... i want to replace my hg's soon

NO LIE!

decipha
05-19-2008, 08:00 PM
i must of missed it

90MN12
05-19-2008, 10:13 PM
what type of machine work needs to be done?

mywhite89
05-19-2008, 10:26 PM
what type of machine work needs to be done?

It will hit the fins on the snout sir!

Pablo94SC
05-19-2008, 11:30 PM
what type of machine work needs to be done?

You'd have to remove the fins on the blower snout for a 2.7" or smaller pulley to spin freely.

Pablo94SC
05-19-2008, 11:36 PM
i must of missed it

Missed it? This is an ongoing discount for the club. Just call whenever you want to upgrade pulleys.

95CaliSC
05-20-2008, 01:24 AM
Do they offer up other pulleys for our engines or just the SC pulley. I would love all aluminum pullies but in stock sizes, not underdriven.

Pablo94SC
05-20-2008, 12:59 PM
Do they offer up other pulleys for our engines or just the SC pulley. I would love all aluminum pullies but in stock sizes, not underdriven.

They only offer the blower pulleys because they are basically universal with other M90 applications.

BTW, nothing wrong with UD pulleys. I've ran them on my car for years with no charging system or cooling issues.

A1cntrler
05-20-2008, 03:05 PM
You'd have to remove the fins on the blower snout for a 2.7" or smaller pulley to spin freely.

You mean it won't clearance itself?? :D:D

I told the guy at the tire place I got my tires for my truck that they would clearance themselves where the rubbed on the inner fender liner (plastic/rubber) at full locked turn.. The tires were just a bit larger than the stock sized ones. He about busted a gut laughing said he had never hear a customer say that to him in all his years...

decipha
05-20-2008, 05:51 PM
what all needs to be done to the fins?

cut and reweld? if so i could do that at home in my spare time

Pablo94SC
05-20-2008, 06:26 PM
Take a look at the snout in the picture. That's what would need to be done to make the pulley fit.

Mike8675309
05-20-2008, 06:36 PM
What you do is put the pulley on. Then spin the pulley to mark the fins that are hit.

Take the pulley off and grind or file down the fins that were hit. Put the pulley back on and away you go.

johnrada
05-20-2008, 06:39 PM
how many ribs do the pulleys have?

Pablo94SC
05-20-2008, 10:16 PM
how many ribs do the pulleys have?

They are 8 rib like stock.

Pablo94SC
05-20-2008, 10:21 PM
In case people are wondering, the reason I like these pulleys over the other ones being sold is the hard anodizing (black is the only color hard anodized parts come in) and the nut machined into the front. I'm not making money off them, so no hard feelings if you get your pulley from Victor or Bill. :)

ScrapSC
05-22-2008, 08:15 AM
Will they make any 10 rib???? would be nice to see a couple differant offering for the 10 rib setup.

Pablo94SC
05-22-2008, 09:24 AM
Will they make any 10 rib???? would be nice to see a couple differant offering for the 10 rib setup.

Do you have a 10-rib JS pulley, cause they don't JS pulleys.

ScrapSC
05-22-2008, 04:05 PM
yup... I do have the 10 rib setup....

RedFox
08-07-2008, 04:11 PM
I am looking at the 2.6 (17%). I currently have a 5% jackshaft, so will the overdrive of the blower just add on to give me 22%. This may seem obvious, but sometimes ratios accentuate the speed if you guys know what I mean.

With some good MP springs in the tensioner and a good Gates Green stripe 8 rib belt, am I likely to get belt slip at this level?

fturner
08-07-2008, 04:37 PM
What blower are you running?

BTW, I bought the 3" a little while ago and installed it. Really sharp looking piece, but now I need to get the stock sized 90 pulley as my ACT's go up through the roof in the first 1/2 of the 1/4 mile :(.

Frit

RedFox
08-07-2008, 04:48 PM
This will be with an MP3. I'm looking at my options and trying to determine if a 10 rib belt and pulleys are really needed at about 20% overdrive.

You are heating up in the first 1/8 mile??? What have you done to cause your temps to go up so fast?

fturner
08-07-2008, 05:08 PM
This will be with an MP3. I'm looking at my options and trying to determine if a 10 rib belt and pulleys are really needed at about 20% overdrive.

You are heating up in the first 1/8 mile??? What have you done to cause your temps to go up so fast?

Its a 94 blower with some mild porting, but all I have is a single IC with a fan. With the cam etc the car can really gobble the air, but my ACT's are hitting 140 degs by the 1/8, and I can bet the knock sensor is kicking in at that point. Going back to the stock 90 pulley, at the 1/8th I'm only hitting 127 degs. It also doesn't help I'm getting alot of back pressure because of bad cats.

I think your better off trying to get to that OD with the jack shaft and the crank pulley as much as possible. The smaller the pulley the less contact with the belt, and the faster that pulley will spin the belt will be trying to lift itself off so less grip.

Frit

RedFox
08-07-2008, 05:20 PM
So maybe the best bet is a 10% jackshaft with 10% blower pulley with the 10 rib belt.

If you are on the stock cats and they are bad, that could be your problem right there.

On my other SC, I'm running F-150 cats which are 3 times the size and the car runs probably cleaner than new. Almost zero restriction.

fturner
08-07-2008, 06:39 PM
So maybe the best bet is a 10% jackshaft with 10% blower pulley with the 10 rib belt.

If you are on the stock cats and they are bad, that could be your problem right there.

On my other SC, I'm running F-150 cats which are 3 times the size and the car runs probably cleaner than new. Almost zero restriction.

Sounds like the way to go... the wider belt will help. Then get yourself the snow kit from Dave and hang on baby!!!!!!!

I'm saving up to get a custom 2-1/4" setup done from the manifolds to the resonator... but the saving is going slow as we all know how that goes :cool:.

Frit

Pablo94SC
03-23-2009, 01:06 PM
Hey Frit,

Gotta a pic you'd like to share of the pulley you got? ;)