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Old 11-03-2010, 12:56 PM   #1
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CFM's overdrive pulley

is anyone running one of these pulleys? Would I need a tune to run it?

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Well if your running a supercharger (which is the only way it would benefit you) yes you would need to retune to be safe.

I saw +>4psi on my JRSC BBK which shot me into lean right away.

My procharger setup went from 11psi to 15psi with this pulley which also needed a retune
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Old 11-03-2010, 05:08 PM   #3
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lol yes I am runnin the jrsc bbk, did you notice a difference in power?
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yes i DEFINATLY noticed a gain.. i also notice a HUGE rise in IATs (inlet air temps) which lead to timing being pulled & power being lost. I guessed that was going to be the deal since my IATs were already pretty high at 10-11psi w/ the BBK. I purchased the SNOW V-WMI (variable water metanol Injection) kit.. My IAT's are right around 110*-115* on a 75* day. They would almost hit 200* without the kit.

My conclusion is that you HAVE to run some kind of intercooling kit (chemical being the only current option with this kit) if you plan on more than 10psi w/ a JRSC kit. They pump more and more heat out as you up the boost.

My point- If you plan on pushing the JRSC kit any further than 10psi - PLEASE get a WMI setup... for your motor's sake.

AND DONT TUNE THE CAR WITH THE WMI ACTIVE, its just there to cool your IATS down and run your tune w/ the ODP saftely.
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yes i DEFINATLY noticed a gain.. i also notice a HUGE rise in IATs (inlet air temps) which lead to timing being pulled & power being lost. I guessed that was going to be the deal since my IATs were already pretty high at 10-11psi w/ the BBK. I purchased the SNOW V-WMI (variable water metanol Injection) kit.. My IAT's are right around 110*-115* on a 75* day. They would almost hit 200* without the kit.

My conclusion is that you HAVE to run some kind of intercooling kit (chemical being the only current option with this kit) if you plan on more than 10psi w/ a JRSC kit. They pump more and more heat out as you up the boost.

My point- If you plan on pushing the JRSC kit any further than 10psi - PLEASE get a WMI setup... for your motor's sake.

AND DONT TUNE THE CAR WITH THE WMI ACTIVE, its just there to cool your IATS down and run your tune w/ the ODP saftely.
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What kind of numbers did u see with you setup of jrsc bbk and pulley? Cuz I'm looking to get the pulley and tune and right now with my set up I'm at 175whp and was wonder what a good tune with pulley would put me to. And as far as cooling system I'm running the Cry02 air intake system
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pumkin have you done the IAT temp relocation yet?

if not i would recomend it very much. so much safer for your car.
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pumkin have you done the IAT temp relocation yet?

if not i would recomend it very much. so much safer for your car.
I no longer have the JRSC Sold it to a friend and he did Relocate the IAT sensor.
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