: Lingenfelter 2.35" Pulley??



FFBOS
03-31-11, 04:37 PM
Anyone ever run this 2.35" pulley they offer? I currently have the 2.55" setup. Would this be more prone to belt slip? Says the over drive increase is from 18% of the 2.55" to 26% of the 2.35"

Curiousss.....:sneaky:

shade
03-31-11, 04:57 PM
You can also put in a bigger idler pulley which will help with belt slip. Going that small...Might as well just do the lower a 10 and if you still need more boost change to a combo of upper and lower

CTSV4now
03-31-11, 05:50 PM
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FFBOS
03-31-11, 05:52 PM
Yea I had debated about doing a bigger lower before. The price of the upper compared to the lower is such a huge swing. I was just wondering if anyone has successfully run this 2.35" pulley alone.

Thank you

PremierJosh
03-31-11, 08:48 PM
Sounds like a great setup. Don't even think about a 2.35 and a lower but it should kickass. I would deff run a larger idler along with it but still very cost effective.

kirbyCTSV
04-01-11, 03:27 PM
they must have just started offering that...havent seen on their site before. Does Wait4Me sell the 2.35" uppers?

CTSV4now
04-01-11, 03:47 PM
The down side is you have to remove the snout and have it machined to accept the 10 bolt adapter that the pulley is attached to. And it does not look stock.

FFBOS
04-01-11, 09:59 PM
Yea I havent seen this either in my research. I'd be curious to see if the 2.35" would be worth running as long as there is no belt slip.

Caddy Wagon
04-02-11, 03:22 PM
Sounds like a great setup. Don't even think about a 2.35 and a lower but it should kickass. I would deff run a larger idler along with it but still very cost effective.

Think you could machine my snout for this Josh? :) BTW this is Shawn.