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Old 03-05-2015, 07:55 AM   #1
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Procharger bigger boost

Hey guys I have a Procharger on stock pulleys right now. How much more boost/hp will I gain with a 3.70 Pulley? Will stock internals be able to handle it? Anyone else have a Procharged 3.7L on stock pistons and rods? Thanks!
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You guys are jerks lol 100 views and no help D;

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I only know of one person on this section who is procharged. It's not that we are mean lol.
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From what the guy at procharger told me a 3.85 will give you around 8psi so a 3.70 pulley would probable be 10-11psi
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Hey guys I have a Procharger on stock pulleys right now. How much more boost/hp will I gain with a 3.70 Pulley? Will stock internals be able to handle it? Anyone else have a Procharged 3.7L on stock pistons and rods? Thanks!
Stock internals can easily handle a conservative 450 rwhp. Key is having a quality tune.
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Hey guys I have a Procharger on stock pulleys right now. How much more boost/hp will I gain with a 3.70 Pulley? Will stock internals be able to handle it? Anyone else have a Procharged 3.7L on stock pistons and rods? Thanks!
What made you pick the procharger over a turbo kit?
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What made you pick the procharger over a turbo kit?
I was originally planning on getting either the LPF or Bomber turbo kit for the 3.7L's, but after a bit of research I came to the conclusion that it'd be better to go with Procharger. They have been proven for YEARS with the 3.7L platform, with very minimal errors or malfunctions whereas turbo kits are untested on this motor in the long-term. I didn't want to be a guinea pig and end up sacrificing my engine to "street test" new systems if anything WOULD go wrong.
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I was originally planning on getting either the LPF or Bomber turbo kit for the 3.7L's, but after a bit of research I came to the conclusion that it'd be better to go with Procharger. They have been proven for YEARS with the 3.7L platform, with very minimal errors or malfunctions whereas turbo kits are untested on this motor in the long-term. I didn't want to be a guinea pig and end up sacrificing my engine to "street test" new systems if anything WOULD go wrong.

I'm looking into getting one this coming summer. If you don't mind answering my list of many questionsđŸ˜… How many miles have you put on since installation? How many lbs of boost are you running? Did you have it installed by a professional?
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That isn't a stock pulley, I believe its a 3.85 pulley(9.5psi)

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With headers, 4.10 pulley 6psi, 4 pulley 7.5psi, 3.9 pulley 9psi, 3.85 9.5psi, 3.7 pulley 11psi. This is what a Procharger tech told me over the phone when I called back in October. The pulley in that kit is a 3.85 pulley which was selected due to my car having full exhaust,ported intake manifolds,and 73mm throttle body.

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That isn't a stock pulley, I believe its a 3.85 pulley(9.5psi)

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Oh shoot I wish I had known that! lol Thanks that's perfect then
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