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Old 09-05-2015, 03:58 PM   #1
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Where can I find smaller pulley for 360R?

Hey everyone, I am having trouble sourcing the smaller pulley that the 380R's used in order to push my boost up a little bit on my 02 Roush with the "Roushcharger". Does anyone know where to find it? Will any pulley for a M90 work? I believe it is a 2.8 pulley that I am wanting to upgrade to. Thank you in advance

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No need to. The m90 heat soaks so badly especially the design on your car. Car will start loosing power run after run.


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He could convert to E85 though that might help s little... Maybe 😐


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That's not true. I've seen the dyno numbers. It improves power a ton. It's intercooled so it shouldn't be an issue. Even the engineers say it is an amazing mod to do...

It's nothing different than the 380R's. Which were made to be faster. Pulley and tune drasitcly increase horsepower. I have seen one with the pulley, tune, Cai and headers make 402 to the wheels. That's all.

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It's only pushing 6 #s as it is lol. Another couple won't do much to hurt it

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Where can I find smaller pulley for 360R?

Did I say anything about a peak HP #? I'll wait................. No I did not.
I said it will loose power after every run ( meaning it will get slower )
Heat soak is a major problem with the m90 (not my first rodeo partner)

Spinning that little blower faster causes tremendous heat soak. Car will start pulling timing do to it.

There is a lot more you can do that will help vs causing more Heat soak.

A small shot 25-50hp will drastically help with heat soak also.


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Where can I find smaller pulley for 360R?

CAI, full exhaust, and tune. Or put a different supercharger on it. That's what I'm doing to mine.


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Did I say anything about a peak HP #? I'll wait................. No I did not.
I said it will loose power after every run ( meaning it will get slower )
Heat soak is a major problem with the m90 (not my first rodeo partner)

Spinning that little blower faster causes tremendous heat soak. Car will start pulling timing do to it.

There is a lot more you can do that will help vs causing more Heat soak.

A small shot 25-50hp will drastically help with heat soak also.


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I apologize, I didn't mean to be ignorant. I believe I misunderstood or did not fully understand what you meant. Thank you for your response. I haven't heard any of those issues from those that have done that modification.

Do you mean a shot of nitrous or methanol injection? I have been toying with the idea of the water/alcohol injection.

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I apologize, I didn't mean to be ignorant. I believe I misunderstood or did not fully understand what you meant. Thank you for your response. I haven't heard any of those issues from those that have done that modification.

Do you mean a shot of nitrous or methanol injection? I have been toying with the idea of the water/alcohol injection.

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You can do meth injection if you want.

But nitrous has really good cooling capabilities. Something small like the 25-50 will help lot. And be lot better power jump vs the pulley also.


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CAI, full exhaust, and tune. Or put a different supercharger on it. That's what I'm doing to mine.


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That is pretty much my plan. Just do bolt ons and then leave it until I have money to do engine work or buy a faster car haha.

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You can do meth injection if you want.

But nitrous has really good cooling capabilities. Something small like the 25-50 will help lot. And be lot better power jump vs the pulley also.


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I guess to me nitrous seems dangerous and expensive to use and maintain. Am I wrong? That poor 2V can only take so much haha

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I guess to me nitrous seems dangerous and expensive to use and maintain. Am I wrong? That poor 2V can only take so much haha

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It's not dangerous. And with something small like a 25-50 shot it won't be expensive. And will still keep you under what the stock motor is good for.
Just the best of both worlds, cooling and a small Jump in power


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It's not dangerous. And with something small like a 25-50 shot it won't be expensive. And will still keep you under what the stock motor is good for.
Just the best of both worlds, cooling and a small Jump in power


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Wouldn't it cost a lot to have the bottle refilled? Most of the kits I find seem pretty expensive.

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Zero idea why Saleen/Roush used a 4/6 cylinder roots blower on the 2V. Safety reasons probably.


Then you have Steeda which put a blower capable of 20+ psi on a built V8 on their special cars.
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Wouldn't it cost a lot to have the bottle refilled? Most of the kits I find seem pretty expensive.

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Depends on where you are.
Prices usually range from $2-$7 a pound.

So on a 10lb bottle your looking at $20-$70 just depends on your location.


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Do you think nitrous would be a lot better than alcohol injection?

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You mean methanol? Like a Snow kit? If yes then Nitrous x1000.
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Nitrous and Meth injection are good in their own ways.


Water/Meth injection is good because it can be cooling intake charge at part throttle as well as WOT. (This will gain you power across the board even at part throttle) Its also really cheap and easy to refill.


Nitrous is better at cooling and is a Better power adder at WOT.


I think the real question is- Why don't you get both?
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^ you never want to tune to where your car relies on the meth, you do it simply for a bandaid. Anyone who tunes the meth into the car is a complete dumbass.



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^ you never want to tune to where your car relies on the meth, you do it simply for a bandaid. Anyone who tunes the meth into the car is a complete dumbass.



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True.
In fact, one of the best things about water/meth is that you don't have to tune to run it. Cleans the combustion chambers pretty well too
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^ you never want to tune to where your car relies on the meth, you do it simply for a bandaid. Anyone who tunes the meth into the car is a complete dumbass.



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Lmao, the Steeda car I bought had an empty snow meth tank in it and the guy who had it thought the snow box in the glove compartment was a "SCT chip" and didn't know why the motor blew.

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Lmao, the Steeda car I bought had an empty snow meth tank in it and the guy who had it thought the snow box in the glove compartment was a "SCT chip" and didn't know why the motor blew.

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Lol. Did he have the car tuned with it?


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Lol. Did he have the car tuned with it?


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You don't understand how clueless this guy was. He literally had zero idea about anything on the car. Bought it as it sat and blew it a few hundred miles later. Someone took him for a ride.
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