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Old 06-02-2009, 05:09 PM
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HunterKiller89 have you thought about going dual option b?
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Originally Posted by CobaltLs_14 View Post
HunterKiller89 have you thought about going dual option b?
i already run opt. B. I would have the dual pass, but court/attorney fees set me back financially a great deal. I've mapped out a 400whp TVS build already, so yea..ive considered a dual pass...lol
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hey casey you still runnin that 2.9 pulley on 60's?
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post
i already run opt. B. I would have the dual pass, but court/attorney fees set me back financially a great deal. I've mapped out a 400whp TVS build already, so yea..ive considered a dual pass...lol
easy to install?
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Originally Posted by stenguyen1 View Post
hey casey you still runnin that 2.9 pulley on 60's?
im on 42's, but yea, im running a 2.9. Still reliable and strong as ever

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easy to install?
incredibly easy
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Old 06-04-2009, 08:20 AM
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thought you could only run 42 with a 3 inch pulley?
and can our cars handle lower than a 2.9 pulley?
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so...i tried to do a little update to this, and noticed i dont have the option to edit my posts....so i cant add on to pg 1 anymore?
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post
so...i tried to do a little update to this, and noticed i dont have the option to edit my posts....so i cant add on to pg 1 anymore?
i hope this changes
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Thats lame!! U inspired me Hunter!! And I should be getting my stuff within the next 1-3 months and u live in LA!! I live in bakersfield!! Maybe we can arrange something so u can help me man. We will be the only SCed 2.2 with Sai in this area!

So what do u say? Pm for my cell
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i was about to do this but i think im either going turbo or getting a faster/different car altogether. turbo has way more ease and potential. superchargers are definitely cooler though
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^ i wouldn't say easier for the turbo!

believe me i have done both..i have been turbo'd and i just took of the blower.

the blower was definatly easier and lot less to do.

the turbo required SO much custom stuff it was a pain.
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Yeah - the supercharger swap pretty much just goes on.
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wow, gives me some hope for my car, just debating on supercharger or turbo now...lol
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start mine mid-october. i'll take what pix i can. need to borrow a digi.
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post

(check out the freeon from earlier...oops. It doesn't evaporate btw)
sorry to correct you, but that is not the freon. it is oil. and our cars use R134a which is called SUVA. the term freon belongs to R12.

However, this is a very nice how-to. Nice job.
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sub'd thanks for an awesome build guide
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH i need this finished lol i just got my m62 today by trading a turbo for it and i cant wait to put it on
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Yes I am bumping a this thread.


Hunterkiller I have a question.

I am currently collecting parts for my build. (Link in sig)

I wanted to know if the LSJ dipstick tube will work on the 2.2 . I asked in my thread and a few other sites and everyone keeps telling me that you actually did this. I would just like to verify before trying to track one down.

Thank you in advance.

-Mike
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what a lame bump lol
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Originally Posted by Cobaltxfe09 View Post
Yes I am bumping a this thread.


Hunterkiller I have a question.

I am currently collecting parts for my build. (Link in sig)

I wanted to know if the LSJ dipstick tube will work on the 2.2 . I asked in my thread and a few other sites and everyone keeps telling me that you actually did this. I would just like to verify before trying to track one down.

Thank you in advance.

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yes, i used the LSJ dipstick tube. My stock one bent and snapped off during install, so i needed another one anyway. You MAY need the LSJ dipstick as well (its a pricey piece of metal for some reason). I'd order it, measure it, and see if its the same length as the L61 stick. If theyre the same, then just return it. But yea, the tube itself will fit fine.
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post
yes, i used the LSJ dipstick tube. My stock one bent and snapped off during install, so i needed another one anyway. You MAY need the LSJ dipstick as well (its a pricey piece of metal for some reason). I'd order it, measure it, and see if its the same length as the L61 stick. If theyre the same, then just return it. But yea, the tube itself will fit fine.
Thank you so much sir! You are the man!

Now to find one...

And I'll be able to compare the LAP dipstick with a LSJ one in a about a week. I'll let you guys know!
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sounds good man. If memory serves me, the tube was like $30ish and the stick was $50+, so not needing a new stick will save a good chunk of change

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cat wai tto SC my LS.. SC kit is on its way!
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