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Old 03-16-2015, 10:13 AM   #15

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Originally Posted by lincoln361 View Post
Did you need a super tensioner with the 3.4 pulley installed? I currently running a 3.6 pulley with a zl1 fuel pump, adm fpcm and a msd boost a pump. I want to switch to a 3.4 pulley. I think with all the fuel upgrades i added i should be good with fuel. I think
Originally Posted by lincoln361 View Post
Im sorry. Forgot to mention i have the old jackshaft style tvs2300.
The Jackshaft TVS2300 is prone to slippage and anything below a 3.6 requires a JRE supertensioner to eliminate slippage.

The new SLP unit has almost 200 degrees of belt wrap and comes with a slightly better than factory tensioner.

Our supertensioner also work with the new SLP when we go below 3.2 drive pulley.

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Old 03-16-2015, 11:14 AM   #16
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According to my tuner, my belt is slipping with the new style SLP when I switched to a 3.6. But, I believe I have the wrong belt. I am going to try and change to K061033 for my 3.6 instead of the one I have on there now which is a K061037. I'm just sayin that belt size is very important.
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