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Old 12-26-2006, 11:52 PM   #1
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crank overdrive pulley and powerworks kit

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im looking at building a high boost supercharger motor. and in the description of the crank overdrive pulley it says vortech or jackson racing. i was just wondering if this has been used with a powerworks or if its possible to use with powerworks. thanks

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you should be able to use it, just need to find the right size belt
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ya thats what i figured. do we know what size belt i would need. how would i even start measuring that. haha
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Your best bet "Besthaticouldo" would be to e-mail CFM and ask. I'm sure they have received plenty of e-mails about it. I've had no problems with customer support and they have been helpful so far....

I have Central Focus' OD 5.7" Crank Pully, which is practically the same
as CFMs, and I'm using it on my ProCharger. I see no reason why it can't be used with your PW SC
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Sorry, Haven't been on here in a while so you probably solved the problem by now anyway, but here goes.
I got the PW SC but I don't have AC so a new belt was needed.
The PW belt was too long so I just measured it and cut it to lenght.
Off I went to my local motor factors and found a belt about the right size give or take a couple of millimeters.
I then fitted some adjustable threaded bolts to the power steering pump mount to take up any slack.
Hey presto
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