: Crank Pulley 9.5 install



rp161
11-19-09, 10:03 AM
Those of you who are having fun with the 9.5 crank pulley,
how long did the install take? During normal driving is
gas mileage greatly reduced? Any special tools needed?

wait4me
11-19-09, 10:19 AM
Install takes about 2-4 hours.

Gas mileage goes up as long as it is tuned correctly.

You will need a chrysler dampner puller and that is about it for the special tools....

I can answer all your other questions via phone if you would like.

We even install them for VERY cheap if you dont want to mess with doing it yourself.

rp161
11-19-09, 01:35 PM
Wait4me, I am in NJ. I would be interested in:
9.5 crank pulley
Air intake
tune with launch control

wait4me
11-19-09, 01:38 PM
To have us put those parts on with tune installed would only cost you 400-600 dollars. Including a wideband fine tune.

Nutz
11-19-09, 06:46 PM
To have us put those parts on with tune installed would only cost you 400-600 dollars. Including a wideband fine tune.That's a labor quote only, right Jesse?

SSideways
11-19-09, 07:32 PM
Jesse

will this puller work?

http://www.atiracing.com/products/dampers/damperparts/installer_case2.jpg

GPat599
11-23-09, 07:17 PM
Wait4me, I am in NJ. I would be interested in:
9.5 crank pulley
Air intake
tune with launch control

Does Jesse have a tune with a launch control now?

way2evil1
11-23-09, 07:19 PM
To have us put those parts on with tune installed would only cost you 400-600 dollars. Including a wideband fine tune.

what do you gain with that pkg
and when you coming to NY :bouncy:

MSJ
11-23-09, 10:18 PM
that is a dirt cheap labor rate for all Jesse is doing and a wideband on dyno tune. combine that with his experience and passion for what he does and you have a major win :) I'm contemplating driving up there from NC just to have him do it unless he wants to fly down to NC to do 3 or 4 V2's at once :) I have anytime access to a new 224xlc with a eddy current load absorption and the hotel is right beside the shop - what was the hotel thinking building right there...LOL

cbloveday
11-23-09, 10:40 PM
Jesse is the cheapest when it comes to labor and he knows more about the LSA than most people. Start and finish with him.