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LUV MY RT

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LUV MY RT last won the day on March 19

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  1. Is this a Modern Muscle ported TB or was it ported by someone else. Modern Muscle TB's are 87mm. You have this one as 88mm. If you don't mind me asking why are you taking it off? Sorry I over looked the price.
  2. Price ??????????
  3. I would not go to tight on the belt. To tight could break a bearing. Don't know what brand of belt that you are using. Gates has a new belt out just for superchargers. It is called Gates RPM belt. The belt was a texture on it to help with slipping problems. I talked to Gates about it & they were high on it for SC motors. I bought one when I put my new AR tensioner on. So for I have had good results with the RPM belt & the AR tensioner
  4. Good to see you putting something back together to race Guy. This will be a sleeper car for sure
  5. Fun trip. I enjoyed it. Good to know I have a few miles left in me. You did great with the driving. I was about done for when I told you to drive. You are going to enjoy the new ride it is awesome.
  6. I would be careful with Orange Crush. I heard that he has been taking steroids over the winter.
  7. I thought the same thing when I first started looking at this tensioner. How good can it be I thought but Speedy & I went to BG in late November & I started fighting belt slip & that pushed me into calling Frank & asking about the tensioner. I have no regrets on the purchase after I got it & saw how well it was built plus it fixed my problem & that alone was worth the money for the tensioner
  8. I have one. Great product. Really took care of my belt slip issue. I have the 38 lb spring on Frank's advice because of street driving.
  9. I have that same filter on my Vortech. It has been on over a year without any issues. I have made several drag strip passes & a lot of WOT street driving. It may come apart but so far so good.
  10. Welcome Jon
  11. Mine is a Vortech. I thing I have solved the problem with the new ARS tensioner & the new RPM belt from Gates.
  12. I had just put a new Dayco tensioner with a new Gates belt on my car in June last year & at WOT I was getting belt slip like crazy. I had dropped almost a lb of boost & belt dust every where. I put the new ARS tensioner on with a new designed belt just for superchargers from Gates & so for so good. I have done a few WOT hits & no belt dust at all. Like I said I will test it at BG in March with logs.
  13. I went with the 38 lb spring. My car is not a full time track car & Frank suggested going with the 38 lb for that reason. He said it would be a little easier on the AC & alternator pulleys. He said a new Dayco tensioner was around 19 lbs compared to ARS tensioner at 38 or 50 lbs. I have not gone to the track with it yet. Bowling Green will open the first weekend of March. I will test it there with data logs.
  14. I put the American Racing tensioner on my car back in November. I was getting a lot of belt slip with the Dayco tensioner at WOT. The AR fixed it. It is a well built tensioner. Not cheap but I thank it is worth the money. We checked it on Speedy's car before I put it on my car.We picked up over a full lb of boost at WOT from no belt slip. I have not had a chance to do any data logging on my car yet. AR tensioner . Good product.
  15. DSS for the win. My DSS drive shaft is one less thing I have to worry about when racing.