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Old 11-15-2019, 01:46 AM   #8709
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Most people recommend nuline ep121, i used ep141 for a while. I switched to Dorman 419-610 Idler Pulley for 8$ on amazon has worked perfectly. With larger idler pulley you can use the standard belt the kit comes with.
What about belt size? I am using the Gates K061015 Multi V-Groove Belt. Will this work with the 69mm and above idler.
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What about belt size? I am using the Gates K061015 Multi V-Groove Belt. Will this work with the 69mm and above idler.
I believe that is the standard size belt that comes with the kit that works perfectly with 75mm pulley and 70mm idler pulley, so switching to 69mm pulley and 76mm idler pulley will keep the ratio the same and will use the same belt.

Personally i have oversized/underdriven water/alt pulleys so my belt is different size. i use a K061033, and just purchased (haven't installed yet) Gates K061037RPM belt designed specifically for superchargers.

and so far my 7$ amazon 76mm idler pulley as been working perfectly, belt rides perfectly centered with several mm on either side always been paranoid of the belt slipping off the idler.
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I believe that is the standard size belt that comes with the kit that works perfectly with 75mm pulley and 70mm idler pulley, so switching to 69mm pulley and 76mm idler pulley will keep the ratio the same and will use the same belt.

Personally i have oversized/underdriven water/alt pulleys so my belt is different size. i use a K061033, and just purchased (haven't installed yet) Gates K061037RPM belt designed specifically for superchargers.

and so far my 7$ amazon 76mm idler pulley as been working perfectly, belt rides perfectly centered with several mm on either side always been paranoid of the belt slipping off the idler.
Has your kit eaten any belts yet? I just got a PM from someone else with this kit that said that this kit will eat belts. So far, I had one snap off after 500 miles. 2000 miles with this new belt and so far, it hasn't being snapped yet.
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Has your kit eaten any belts yet? I just got a PM from someone else with this kit that said that this kit will eat belts. So far, I had one snap off after 500 miles. 2000 miles with this new belt and so far, it hasn't being snapped yet.
nope, zero issue with the belt, only switching to the RPM belt just to see the difference.
It should not be snapping belts unless you have the pulleys misaligned, didn't install the belt correctly, or are using the wrong size belt causing the tensioner to not be at the appropriate level of tension. With the normal belt it should be at 75-80% load, with the RPM belt it should be at 25-30% load.
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I switch to the rpm belt about 3 months ago. Itís been fantastic. Much smoother I find and grabs quicker


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I switch to the rpm belt about 3 months ago. Itís been fantastic. Much smoother I find and grabs quicker


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What pulleys and belt size are you using?
Dis you go up 1 size for the rpm?
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Anyone with this SC tuned by Zach Tucker from CSG? I heard Moto-East is the 'best' for our kit, but anyone know if ZT has experience with this kit?
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Quick question. I'm interested in getting the 210 with IC kit, and I am currently trying to figure out what oil cooler and catch can to pair with it.

I'm interested in the Jackson Racing oil cooler and radiator combo, and was wondering if there would be any fitment issues with it?

Or otherwise, which options does everyone recommend with this SC setup?
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I'm halfway through the install.. I'm just a little be lost as to what this odd washer/spacer is supposed to be used for? It came in a little bag along with this small bit of paper saying 'Instructions for EP233' but I can't make any sense of what it refers to.
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I'm halfway through the install.. I'm just a little be lost as to what this odd washer/spacer is supposed to be used for? It came in a little bag along with this small bit of paper saying 'Instructions for EP233' but I can't make any sense of what it refers to.
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The idler pulley that goes on the Alternator bolt? It doesn't show or mention that weird dish shaped washer in the instructions.. or show it in the pictures. Only on that bit of paper that was with the washer itself. But then I have no idea what 'dust cover' and 'bolt that requires a T50 Torx key.. and original pulley' What is all that about?

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What pulleys and belt size are you using?

Dis you go up 1 size for the rpm?


I kept the belt as the stock size. K061015rpm. But opted for the larger idler pulley by Gates. Product number 36600. Iím also running a 70m s/c pulley. Itís snug might need a buddy to help install the belt


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I kept the belt as the stock size. K061015rpm. But opted for the larger idler pulley by Gates. Product number 36600. Iím also running a 70m s/c pulley. Itís snug might need a buddy to help install the belt


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Interesting. Gates said a normal belt you want tensioner pulley at 75-80% load, on RPM belt it has very little stretch so can snap if it is too tight, so go up a belt size and only have the tensioner at 25-30% load.
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Update, installed RPM belt. I didn’t feel like i was getting belt slip or necessarily having any issues. I just like trying and testing things out. But now it feels more responsive on throttle engagement, and my boost gauge before was showing 12.5psi max, now showing almost 13.5psi.
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