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Old 08-25-2004, 09:36 AM
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How difficult is it to install a lower 6# pulley?

Well a guy at this svt performance shop talked me into buying a 6# lower pulley and with the kit and everything it was only $200 (is that a good deal). Well anyways he said I could install it if I just read the directions. How hard is it to install the pulley and what are some of the things I need to watch out for while doing this. Also do you guys think it was a smart move because I do have the preditor and Diablo said 6# was the biggest I could go on the programmer. Dont know if I should have went with the 4#. Just dont wanna mess anything up just yet. The truck is a 2004 L. Thanks for all the help.
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Old 08-25-2004, 10:06 AM
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$200 is the normal price.

Installation is pretty easy, but plan on taking a couple hours for your first pulley change. Removing the stock cage assembly is a bit of a pain. Be sure to save the stock stuff, because you will need to put it back on if you ever need any warranty work. The larger pulley will void your warranty.

With a 6# pulley I would put it on a dyno and have them check the A/F ratio just to be safe.
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Thanks. I asked the guy about putting it on the dyno and he said since I dont have really have any other mods the Diablo would prob be ok but I might go ahead and do it anyway. So I did ok getting the 6# instead of the 4#? Thanks guys. Next mod I think will be Bassani Exaust. WOOOOOO HOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!
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You should be okay with 6 if you don't abuse the truck, but I generally recommend 4lbs for street use.
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