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here is the diagram, excuse my drawing since I'm kinda hungry right now
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It would be minimal indeed. With the ac off the pully on the ac compressor spins freely.tt061880 said:if you mount the AC compressor on and not using it, the power loss could be minimal
wdsonny said:That drawing reminds of first grade. That was straight up ghetto fabulous! I liked it!!
K20A2 said:I will find it, if I have to break 10 belts in a day, that is what I will do to make more boost a reality for everyone!
haha, just had to do that. It is my I am running for head of the boost forum speech.
jsfwds2k said:Okay, here is the thing. The belt route above can not be use because the two tensioner pulleys will make the belt rub against each other. Trust me I just tried it. The only other thing I came up with is a bigger pulley on the scissor bracket. This is the pulley right after the crank pulley. I tried to put on the 3.0" pulley from the stock tensioner and it clears the motor mount and I think it will work. Now if I can just find one with bearings in it, I will try it out. If I can't my buddy said he is going to make it work. One way or another I hope to have the K24 crank pulley functioning and running 9 PSI. Also I will need to find a belt that is about an inch longer. I know, here we go with the belt issues again.
haha, I was just playing around, but you know that. I am very interested to see what other people are running into because it might help explain my problem. I am to a point where I am thinking about running a video camera on the belt when it is on my dyno (I love saying that ) to see what it is doing.wdsonny said:Easy there killer. If I have to squelch this belt issue then I will. I may not have a "race" ready clutch, but I can still drive around. Let me and my original belt for the JRSC. 3.4 inch S/C pulley and a K24 crank pulley see what is up. I won't be able to run max boost but I can at least give some insight to the belt issues alot of you have been having. Give me a couple of days.