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Old 06-27-2004, 08:21 PM
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Supercharger Belt Slip

Hello; thanks for providing this forum.

Here's my question: 2000 Lightning with the upper and lower pulley modification. I'm getting belt slip- particularly on 1-2 shift RPM change and 2-3 RPM change with the shift.

Anyone have some special tricks or secrets to avoid the belt slip? There seems to be some after market pulley/tensioner systems which are rather pricey; are they worth the dough or just another unproven mod. that wastes cash?

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Jeeze- you mean no one has a reply to this post? Seems this is a somewhat common problem from what I've heard.
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