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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby.Kourtney View Post
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    Has anyone increased rev limit in combination with a 2.95 pulley? I'm curious if the blower could handle both the smaller pulley with 8000+ engine speed...
    IÂ’m also very curious of this considering I want to do the same thing...
    Raising the redline to above 7500 is asking for a bent rod even without the supercharger.
    Let's say built motor wise. I wouldn't go above 7500 either. My redline currently with my blower is only 7100

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    Let's assume engine is built to handle whatever power you throw at it... I was asking if the blower itself can handle it

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    Quote Originally Posted by emondayrbmf View Post
    Let's assume engine is built to handle whatever power you throw at it... I was asking if the blower itself can handle it
    tbh IÂ’m sure it can handle 8000 no problem cause the k20s in the 8th gens spin up to 8000 stock donÂ’t they?

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    Good thread here that will give you some reference
    https://mercracing.net/support-2/blo...-for-the-mp62/



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    So safe to say don't go over 8k on the 2.95 pulley. Also I plan on porting out just my blower and TB with steigemeier. Hopfully make some extra power

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    Good thread here that will give you some reference
    https://mercracing.net/support-2/blo...-for-the-mp62/



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    2.95” pulley with imt charged air cooler compared with the 3.6 pulley uncooled from last year. I used the mustang dyno setting since it lines up perfectly with the numbers I put down on my local Dynojet on 3.6 pulley which the shop owner says reads pretty low compared to the other dynos in town.
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    Looks good. Torque curve is nice and flat. Looks like ambient temp was much higher on the 2.95" pulley. I'm sure the car will feel even better in the cooler temps.

    Did you retune for the smaller pulley? Afr is a bit more lean compared to the 3.6" run.

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    I retuned for E-40 which according to my tuner can run more lean without risk of detonation.
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    Does anyone have a stock or fbo datalog of a 3rd gear wot for a e-dyno comparison? I was super excited to do a comparison from before the blower, then overlay it with a 3.6 and 2.95 but can’t find my stock datalog anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpetro1 View Post
    Looks good. Torque curve is nice and flat. Looks like ambient temp was much higher on the 2.95" pulley. I'm sure the car will feel even better in the cooler temps.

    Did you retune for the smaller pulley? Afr is a bit more lean compared to the 3.6" run.
    Quote Originally Posted by Toby.Kourtney View Post
    I retuned for E-40 which according to my tuner can run more lean without risk of detonation.
    If anything the 3.6 pulley run was too rich. Looks like a Vit tune, but he is usually better at keeping the AFRs more consistent. I'm pretty sure he did that to be extra safe because of how bad those high IATs are for detonation.

    2.95 is still right around 12:1 which is usually where you want it. Definitely would have tried to bring that area around 3000 RPM down, but if she ain't knocking it's all good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Toby.Kourtney View Post
    Does anyone have a stock or fbo datalog of a 3rd gear wot for a e-dyno comparison? I was super excited to do a comparison from before the blower, then overlay it with a 3.6 and 2.95 but can’t find my stock datalog anywhere.
    When I get on my laptop later I'll send you my old mild bolt-on one.
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