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  1. #1 Looking for a 3.4 pulley or something to safely run 3.2 
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    Mods I'll have next week:
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    I just picked up a 3.2 pulley too but I dunno I'm ready for that without IC.

    Cheapest option would be to get a slightly bigger pulley, or maybe someone's got rockers I can throw on?

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  3. #2 Re: Looking for a 3.4 pulley or something to safely run 3.2 
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    Also open to suggestions... colder plugs? I can't run E-85, it's not really reasonable for how much and where I drive
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    Look for a 3.6 pulley on a GEN V blower.

    Pulley drop sizes are generally .2 larger on the better blower, the GEN 3 blowers can do 3.4 drops but you'd likely want a 3.6 for starters.

    You will want at least 1 step colder plugs. Using autolites as my examples here, either 605 or 104 copper cores. I don't know the NGK equivalent right now.

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    Oh dang, that's way taller than I expected. What do I need to do before I'm ready for the 3.2? Should I just look to trade it, or hold on to it for future?
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    you could probably run a 3.2 pulley if you bought a tuner and a water/methanol kit.
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    I guess I can look into that, yea I plan to tune it myself, kinda nervous it'll be my first time
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    you would also need a wideband gauge too
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    I have 3.0, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 ,3.6 pulleys for the mps system for sal if interested also have ss intercooler and fs inteercoller setuo both need pumps the fs has a dual pass fmhe and the ss has a single pas fmhe
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