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Old 02-19-2012, 12:40 PM   #1  
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Exclamation I've been VERY busy, now I need predictions.

Finally getting this car running, while going to school full time, and working full time 7days a week mandatory, a year later.... the snake has awaken. Still plenty to do of course, but i'm looking for predictions. What will my max hp/tq numbers be at fast lane motorsport's dyno. My mods are in my sig. I can wait to see what you guys think. Thanks again for all the help, couldn't have done it without you guys.
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Old 02-19-2012, 05:15 PM   #2  
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3.4 pulley on the p1sc+ the drop in compression with the b heads, id say your gonna see 380-410rwhp. As far as torque its gonna be around 370-380. You definatly should of went with a way smaller pulley especiually considering u have the shortblock and the fuel system. That fuel system is WAY overkill for a P series procharger.

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The guys at procharger said thats as small as i could get without the belt slipping? What do you think about that? i'll go buy the smallest pulley that will work with the stock serpentine setup. And I will be upgrading the procharger head unit in the near future, next year or so. Just need to save up a little.

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Are you talking about Fastlane in Benson, NC?
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yeah, hoping to make it down there in the next few months. I've never been, but i've been told they do alot of stangs, and I should go there. You have a HP/TQ guess? I'm hoping uber's is low hahaha, but we'll see.
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The guys at procharger said thats as small as i could get without the belt slipping? What do you think about that? i'll go buy the smallest pulley that will work with the stock serpentine setup. And I will be upgrading the procharger head unit in the near future, next year or so. Just need to save up a little.
Thats weird a 3.4 is the stock 8psi pulley, i just spoke to procharger last week and I'm putting a 2.55 on my p series with a 6 rib.
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I'm going to have to call them again as well... let me know how the 2.55 works, and i'm certainly going to go that route. I stressed that i wanted the smallest possible pulley that I could. I thought 4in was stock. 3.4 is smaller than what came on it originally
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I'm going to have to call them again as well... let me know how the 2.55 works, and i'm certainly going to go that route. I stressed that i wanted the smallest possible pulley that I could. I thought 4in was stock. 3.4 is smaller than what came on it originally
If it was a 4 inch pulley i would imagine thas a 6psi setup
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The guys at procharger said thats as small as i could get without the belt slipping? What do you think about that? i'll go buy the smallest pulley that will work with the stock serpentine setup. And I will be upgrading the procharger head unit in the near future, next year or so. Just need to save up a little.
IMHO i dont see belt slip being any issue for your setup, I think you could easily go down 2 more pulleys and not see too much belt slip. Get a good belt and you should be fine running 10-12 lbs with no belt slip.

I am running a 3.33" pulley and am making 11lbs, but i am a vortech tho.

And did you ever post a video of your car running now that it is running right? I want to hear it
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yeah, give me a few hours and i'll post a link. Do you you think i should go down to a 2.5 like uber with no belt issues? or stay up around 2.9.
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