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Old 02-17-2011, 10:21 AM   #1
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Question reguarding Maggie 3.6 pulley

I want to go to a 3.6 pulley and was wondering if I need a different belt also?

If I go to a 3.6 will a new tune be advisable?

Current set up:
Maggie w/3.8 pulley
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I live in Utah, altitude @4000 ft. Boost guage occasonally flashed 6 psi boost so I am thinking 3.6 pulley will put me at 7 psi. Thinking I should be ok doing that with stock maggie tune.
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:12 AM   #2
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Same belt for a 3.6
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:32 AM   #3
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I bought my maggie from Stillen, with a 3.6 pulley. Stillen stated that the only catch was that swapping to a 3.6 pulley voids the Magnuson warranty, and Stillen could not ship the stock Magnuson tune with the maggie.
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Old 02-17-2011, 12:16 PM   #4
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The provided belt will work all the way down to a 3.4" pulley.
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I want to go to a 3.6 pulley and was wondering if I need a different belt also?

If I go to a 3.6 will a new tune be advisable?

Current set up:
Maggie w/3.8 pulley
Stock Maggie tune
Kooks LT's w/HF cats
Cherry Bomb Cat back (drone is unbelievable, not recommended)
Air Raid CAI

I live in Utah, altitude @4000 ft. Boost guage occasonally flashed 6 psi boost so I am thinking 3.6 pulley will put me at 7 psi. Thinking I should be ok doing that with stock maggie tune.
A Custom Tune is advisable Now, since you are about 8-10% lean with the Airaid CAI installed and you have long tube headers.

With the Stock Air box you can easily drop down to the 3.6 at your elevation but if you go down to sea level stay out of boost.

I can set you up with a Pulley and a Tune.

The Standard belt is fine.

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Old 02-21-2011, 03:36 PM   #6
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It made a huge difference on mine with just with the tune from Ted, the maggie tune was kinda weak as I had the same intake, headers, and elevation as you. I would definately recommend a custom tune and a smaller pulley if you need more power.
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A Custom Tune is advisable Now, since you are about 8-10% lean with the Airaid CAI installed and you have long tube headers.

With the Stock Air box you can easily drop down to the 3.6 at your elevation but if you go down to sea level stay out of boost.

I can set you up with a Pulley and a Tune.

The Standard belt is fine.

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