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SVTcobra04
06-02-2005, 08:11 PM
what kinda power u think i would gain with a 2.80 pulley+tensioner.i already have a steeda cai and about to get a cat back.

InfamousSVT
06-02-2005, 09:01 PM
See other post, I responded to it.......around 450rwhp / 500+rwtq

smashedheadcat
06-02-2005, 09:24 PM
See other post, I responded to it.......around 450rwhp / 500+rwtq

Expect anything from 440 to 470rwhp and 470 to 500 rwtq. This all depends on how agressive the tuner gets with timing and a/f ratio.

SVTcobra04
06-02-2005, 10:01 PM
this gonna be fun :) :D

will the stock tires handle this much power?

InfamousSVT
06-02-2005, 11:05 PM
Well........it'll be easy to spin em' but that really wasn't a problem in the first place!

I highly recommend you beef up the IRS or you aren't going to be enjoying your new power for long. Get some Urethane IRS bushings at minimum, and if you start with "wheel hop" let off the gas! It'll save you a load of money in the long run. Also a good thing to purchase is the IRS brace from Billet Flow (it covers the girdle and reinforces it to prevent it from breaking)

A good set of sticky tires for the strip (ET streets) and a set for the street (Nitto or ET street Radial)

Good luck!:thumbsup:

SVTcobra04
06-03-2005, 08:41 AM
you think i could get em like a month after i get the pulley?or how lng do u think i could wait?can u install em pretty easy?

blk04cobra1
06-06-2005, 08:46 AM
the bushings are a pain the ass, but worth it...ive got the bushings, H&R springs, and some drag radials and havent had wheel hop since it got warmer...wheel hop is what kills these rear ends, so anything you can do to prevent it, the better off you are...I would say if it's a daily driver, then get a separate set of rims so you can run regular radials during the week or if it rains, the maybe some DR's for the weekend (b/c DR's are no fun in the rain)

SVTcobra04
06-06-2005, 03:30 PM
i was thinkin some nittos,heard they were good........im not messin with installing anything with the suspension...ill take to to a shop.

blk04cobra1
06-07-2005, 08:51 AM
that's a very good idea...Nitto's are a good tire, again on DRY pavement...the 555RII's are more of a radial version than Drag radial, so they'd probably handle a little better or the GSD3's are also a good radial...as far as suspension, I would say you're looking at about $600 for install on some springs and the bushings :thumbsup: