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Old 02-09-2006, 04:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default JRSC... how did you up your boost?

I got a larger crank pulley from a 99 civic EX..... that brought me up to 8PSI.

but what else can I do to get to 9 or 10PSI?


I will be selling this kit and buying the endyn blower in the future, but for now.....



how did you up your boost?
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had my jrsc ported out, s tube done and ran endyne pulleys on my old set up. it was all done at endyne.
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I got a larger crank pulley from a 99 civic EX..... that brought me up to 8PSI.

but what else can I do to get to 9 or 10PSI?


I will be selling this kit and buying the endyn blower in the future, but for now.....



how did you up your boost?
What motor do you have? I used the same pulley on my A6. But will be going to a pulley from theoldone for more boost.
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I think you need a smaller blower pulley.
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yes, smaller blower snout pulley works, but its better to get a larger crank pulley to avoid slippage.


i am doing a little of both.


i also have my charger ported. im looking for 8-10 PSI before i go with the endyn unit.
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had my jrsc ported out, s tube done and ran endyne pulleys on my old set up. it was all done at endyne.
This will work or you can have a custom snout or crank pulley made, when I bought my Jackson it had a 16lb boost pulley for the snout that the guy I bought it from had custom made. I never ran it though
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