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      03-24-2010, 07:20 PM   #23
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Thanks guys. Do you feel noticeble gains and is it worth the money looking back now? I've read posts where people have only felt gains past 6k rpm and this is not desirable to me bc this is my daily driver and I want to feel it in the lower range.
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Thanks guys. Do you feel noticeble gains and is it worth the money looking back now? I've read posts where people have only felt gains past 6k rpm and this is not desirable to me bc this is my daily driver and I want to feel it in the lower range.
The gains are minor compared to other modifications - but everything does add up. Its definitely a bang for the buck mod for the S65.
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most importantly do you feel this gain in the lower to mid range or only up top? Is re-tuning the ECU required for this mod? Any detrimental effects and is it noticeable to void warranty in any way?
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Are aftermarket pulleys the same size diameter as OEM, only lighter?
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Are aftermarket pulleys the same size diameter as OEM, only lighter?
crank pulleys are slightly smaller and yes lighter...im currently using gintani
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