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i am plaing on getting a smaller pully wth in the nxt month. depending on the price. i was thinking about the 2.9, what do u guys think i should get and where at? (how much)
 

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Do u have the stage 2 kit? If so where did u get urs and how much did u pay. Back awhile ago I was reading about the kits and isn't it if I got the stage 3 id have to deleate my ac and run 100% oct? And stage 2 I just have to run high oct
 

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No I'm 2.4. I don't know about "stage 3" but you shouldn't have to run any higher octane on stage 2 than what your car is recommended for anyway (91).
 

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I'm running a 2.9" pulley with the stage 2 (well, they're 42 lb/hr Lucas injectors), and I get enough fuel.
 

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I would just go with a stage II belt, 2.85" pulley, and 60# injectors... that will give you good gains after a nice tune, try to focus on some cooling mods to as you get up there in mods. If you just do the stage II then you won't really need much cooling mods at this time.
 

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Anybuddy no of a good webpage I can buy the pullys and injectors? I think I am on stock injectors, is it hard to change em?
 

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No, it's not hard to change the stock injectors...or it shouldn't be.

I did mine before I put the intake/sc on.
 

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I would just go with a stage II belt, 2.85" pulley, and 60# injectors... that will give you good gains after a nice tune, try to focus on some cooling mods to as you get up there in mods. If you just do the stage II then you won't really need much cooling mods at this time.
x1000.... start lookng into that heat exchanger they have
 

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Absolutely - start looking for an aftermarket heat exchanger.

I'm right on the limits of my Cobra, but it's the only thing that fits behind the stock bumper, I believe - keeping my sleeper look to a maximum.
 

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Yeaaa and i love you sleeper look on that 2.2.
 

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It's sneaky sneaky...definitely surprises people...

...like the guy in the Porsche Boxster that I beat (with two adults in my car to boot) - he had that "WTF?!?" look on his face...

...or the G35 that I went dead even with until I started pulling away at 70...

...or that fifth gen camaro today...that I didn't beat, but definitely surprised. Haha.

I always say "I might not win - but I'm not going to lose by what you thought I would"
 

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It's sneaky sneaky...definitely surprises people...

...like the guy in the Porsche Boxster that I beat (with two adults in my car to boot) - he had that "WTF?!?" look on his face...

...or the G35 that I went dead even with until I started pulling away at 70...

...or that fifth gen camaro today...that I didn't beat, but definitely surprised. Haha.

I always say "I might not win - but I'm not going to lose by what you thought I would"
hahahaha i like that last line. Good man
 

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Absolutely - start looking for an aftermarket heat exchanger.

I'm right on the limits of my Cobra, but it's the only thing that fits behind the stock bumper, I believe - keeping my sleeper look to a maximum.

Did you have to fab up any brackets or anything for that h/e?
 

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It came with Bwoody brackets.

This is how it mounted (I later flipped the H/E around - bottom pic, but it's still mounted this way)



 

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Oh absolutely. You have to drill a couple holes in the crash bar to mount the heat exchanger to it.
 
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