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  1. #271
    I thought about that. I have a 3.4... its out getting polished right now.. but what im afraid of with doing such a small pulley is Belt Slip..
    now. you're going to say "just go 8 rib".. well, to be honest, I really don't want to replace every pulley with 8 rib. For someone like me, who has physical challenges working on certain parts of the engine bay, such as the crank pulley, id rather just trade up to a d1.. besides, I still think running a 3.4 on the p1sc-1 might be over spinning the blower. Id like to find some type of calculator to tell me how much im spinning it if I do that, and if its wise to do so..
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    You're not even close to over spinning it. With a max of 62,000 rpm impeller speed you can go way smaller. A 3.2 is only spinning 48,000. You shouldnt run into belt slip issues if you are planning on staying under 9lbs. Contrary to what many believe its the resistance that causes the belt slip not the pulley size. You can go down a size without question and won't experience belt slip.
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  3. #273
    actually on the p1sc-1, which is what I have , max RPM is 65,000
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    New cluster, courtesy of our newest sponsor, US SPEEDO!


    in addition, i finally got rid of those crappy glowshifty guages
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    own Best Domestic Truck today at IMPORT FACE OFF today
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  6. #276
    well, we're getting ready for one last HUGE car show on the 12th.. its called Nurotag.. so ive been getting some parts cleaned and\or repolished.. im in the process of clean up, so ignore some of the residue from the polish.. but here's where we stood last night
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  7. #277
    updates..
    Renewed our sponsorship with Powermaster, got a new altenator. Also had some paintwork done to address some paintbubbles, get the new flush tonneau painted, etc.
    We're running the Holley high ram intake as well. here's some new pics 12507339_1192333154128369_6588950576086178508_n.jpg1463490_1192333080795043_4462026968048425057_n.jpg12508676_1192333084128376_2339535809645242194_n.jpg12439241_1192333167461701_4596759931398397941_n.jpgholley1.jpg
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    Great looking truck. Who is the tonneau cover made by? Is it metal or fiberglass? I have 05 Regency that I am looking for a bed cover just like that.

  9. #279
    its a fastback II made by urban industries.. no longer made, very hard to find.
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    Do you have any pictures of how the front of the Tonneau cover was attached to the bed? I found a flat cover but I think it is made by Checkmate and mounts/bolts the cover to the bed from the top of the cover and not the underside.

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