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tomoro

tomoro

Member Since 28 May 2012
Offline Last Active Mar 24 2017 02:54 PM
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In Topic: Ars Racing Hemi Tensioner

22 March 2017 - 06:49 PM

Tensioner is working well. Gained almost 3lbs of boost. Scared the hell out of me, lol.
Thanks again.

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good to know !  stock or dayco tensioner before ARS ?


In Topic: Spectre Air Filter

06 March 2017 - 04:24 PM

Happened to me. K&N was great about warranty though. Paid for pulling the procharger and replacing the impeller.
I was lucky, bore scope didn't show any engine issues.

I now use k&N rc-9500 on the street.

https://m.summitraci...mDFjhoCqWXw_wcB

 

thx


In Topic: Ars Racing Hemi Tensioner

26 February 2017 - 07:39 AM

street or drag version ?


In Topic: Front Wheel 17X4.5 Offset ???

14 February 2017 - 03:34 PM

Do skinnies make that much of a difference?

 

Didnt mean to hijack this thread, I'm just curious.

 
I don't know... never tried ...  but some people said it's 0.1-0.2 gain for 1/4mile


In Topic: Belt Tensioner

12 February 2017 - 01:31 PM

     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.

good to know 50lbs it's too heavy for street/strip car