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Help finding a Pulley for my SC

I need a 2.5" Pulley for my Whipple SC

Want more power, hahahaha

Any help would greatly be appreciate! I have been searching and searching for one and can't find it!
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will this work????

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Nice find, but need a 2.5" pulley though...

Nevermind, thanks for looking for me though! Doug @ bamachips is hooking me up with one when he gets his order in for the pulleys!
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What boost #'s will that net you? What do you see now?
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What boost #'s will that net you? What do you see now?
I get 6#'s of boost now


Will get 10#'s of boost with a 2.5" pulley and another 20RWHP
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I get 6#'s of boost now


Will get 10#'s of boost with a 2.5" pulley and another 20RWHP
and a fried engine?
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How much RWHP did the s/c add in the first place?
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search for his dyno slips posted on here
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and a fried engine?
How you figure that bro?? I was told by Doug(BamaChips Owner) to get a 2.5" Pulley for the SC..Why in the world would he tell me to get something that would fry my engine when he had the exact same thing on his truck!
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I get 6#'s of boost now


Will get 10#'s of boost with a 2.5" pulley and another 20RWHP
wow, seems pretty ballsy to throw 10psi at an already high compression motor, especially without an intercooler. Good luck.
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How much RWHP did the s/c add in the first place?
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wow, seems pretty ballsy to throw 10psi at an already high compression motor, especially without an intercooler. Good luck.

Lightning COUGH Lightning COUGH

Lightnings run about 10lbs of boost and they are a high compression engine
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slap an inter cooler on there to.....i'm doing something liek you did but not a whipple... on my 2.3 but it's a secret
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2.3's are awesome....just find an 86 T-Bird SC....you can put 2 and 2 together from there...
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mmm brian's getting much needed power im not impressed with the whipple numbers posted.. $2500 for less hp than a 4.0 and the 4.0 option box is only about $500?!?! thats nuts!
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Alcohol Injection...
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mmm brian's getting much needed power im not impressed with the whipple numbers posted.. $2500 for less hp than a 4.0 and the 4.0 option box is only about $500?!?! thats nuts!
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Lightning COUGH Lightning COUGH

Lightnings run about 10lbs of boost and they are a high compression engine

I wouldn't call 8.4:1 a high commpression ratio.
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mmm brian's getting much needed power im not impressed with the whipple numbers posted.. $2500 for less hp than a 4.0 and the 4.0 option box is only about $500?!?! thats nuts!
Gotta remember one thing Nick, I have a lift with 33s on the truck! That is taking about 20% of the loss with them being on there! LOL..I'm impressed with it so far! Couldn't be happier with the SC...Once Doug gets his custom ordered pulleys from his guy, he'll be coming down and we're both going over to the dyno shop to play around till he get the most out of it! It should be over 200 to the rears after we're done with it he said!
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I started to read about those Leo on RPS! I'll look into it more later on and see what I can do!
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Lightning COUGH Lightning COUGH

Lightnings run about 10lbs of boost and they are a high compression engine
They are intercooled, and are about a full point lower on compression...
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please tell me how they innercooled...... cause I'll tell ya right now I don't see an innercooler at all under my dad's hood.
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mmm brian's getting much needed power im not impressed with the whipple numbers posted.. $2500 for less hp than a 4.0 and the 4.0 option box is only about $500?!?! thats nuts!
Dont forget, that's at the wheels. Add at least like 15% at the flywheel.
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Gotta remember one thing Nick, I have a lift with 33s on the truck! That is taking about 20% of the loss with them being on there! LOL..I'm impressed with it so far! Couldn't be happier with the SC...Once Doug gets his custom ordered pulleys from his guy, he'll be coming down and we're both going over to the dyno shop to play around till he get the most out of it! It should be over 200 to the rears after we're done with it he said!
Phew damn Brian you scared the [email protected]!t out of me.. I didnt know that was without any tuning and yes I did forget about the tires and a few other aspects... hrrrmm.. i may look into one again once i see what kind of numbers you get! lol
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