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Old 07-04-2014, 11:33 AM   #15
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LFX guys use a 061075 or a 061073 belt, remove the 2 idler bolts, loosen and remove 3 small bolts over pulley with spacers, loosen the lower 2 mounting bolts and then you can route the belt off the SC pulley and replace, reverse is opposite of removal, I torque pulley bolts last, don't know if it matters though.
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Old 07-04-2014, 11:34 AM   #16
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For you nerds out there, the SCi compressor map:
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Old 07-04-2014, 12:07 PM   #17
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LFX guys use a 061075 or a 061073 belt, remove the 2 idler bolts, loosen and remove 3 small bolts over pulley with spacers, loosen the lower 2 mounting bolts and then you can route the belt off the SC pulley and replace, reverse is opposite of removal, I torque pulley bolts last, don't know if it matters though.
Which belt is it for the standard pulley on the LFX?
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it comes with the 061075 = 06 is 6 rib, 107.5 inches...
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Old 07-04-2014, 02:22 PM   #19
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it comes with the 061075 = 06 is 6 rib, 107.5 inches...
Updated the main post, probably a K061066 would be for a smaller pulley when one of you LFX guys go balls out for more boost.
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Old 07-04-2014, 02:50 PM   #20
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Mine faces away from the intercooler, horizontal, when I searched for how others do it they do it with the valve being pushed on by the boost pressure. It is also how Snow Performance recommends with their Safe Injection Bypass Solenoid, it will prevent pressure from building up if no meth is flowing.

It also looks better since how the internals look on the valve, the side opposite of the vacuum port looks like it seals a lot better than the other side.
I gotta look at those internals- I'm wondering if the idea in having the valve down is to maintain some pressure in the intake tract for quicker/better return to on-throttle response.

If this is true, maybe the vertical position would reduce the chance of the dreaded off-throttle stalling (assuming a little air is slipping thru). My valve is in the downward position and I've never stalled. I know Sycraft's had infrequent stalling, but not enuff to be an issue.

Obviously if you're running meth you gotta follow their instructions. But for those that aren't, maybe one works better than the other.

Just spitballing here...
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with the valve in line, I think the boost could force open the valve, so a sideways orientation could hold boost better, again spitting in the wind...
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Old 07-04-2014, 03:05 PM   #22
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with the valve in line, I think the boost could force open the valve, so a sideways orientation could hold boost better, again spitting in the wind...
The thing is though the boost from the vacuum line will be pushing back on it, and the spring will help hold it close also. It takes a lot of force to push that piston open. Come Saturday or Sunday I will put my boost leak tester on the car and pressurize it to 15 PSI, that should see if it will pop open or not.
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I could actually try it both ways, see if one of them leaks. They probably won't though, I've had it both ways with my smaller pulley and I see the same pressure.
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Old 07-04-2014, 05:24 PM   #24
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Hi everybody !

great post !!

i love that interest that our development is creating in the market ... its like yesterday in my memory as we mashined parts for the first SC kits in the night before traveling to Vegas to the 2011 Sema show ! :-)

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Hi everybody !

great post !!

i love that interest that our development is creating in the market ... its like yesterday in my memory as we mashined parts for the first SC kits in the night before traveling to Vegas to the 2011 Sema show ! :-)

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Thanks, if there is anything that you want me to add to the FAQ just let me know.
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Nice write up.
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Old 07-07-2014, 09:40 PM   #27
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Great write up.

This is just what I needed.

I'm saving up for this kit now. I'm getting my 1LE track pack suspension installed later this month. Once that's done the IPF kit is next.

I do have some question though. Does anyone have any track experiences with this kit?

Any major differences in daily driving with this kit?
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