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what size supercharger pulley do I have?

 
Old 01-29-2017, 05:13 PM
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what size supercharger pulley do I have?

Purchased my 2005 e55 with a few mods. I know my crank pulley is a 168mm renntech. I was told that the supercharger pulley was smaller but I was never given the size. I measured the outside of the pulley with my caliper and it reads approx 83.8 mm. Based on this anyone able to tell what size it is?

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one car at a time
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Your pulley combo equals a 180 crank or a 77 clutched sc pulley.

The most popular size going.
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If it's get headers add a 77 pulley if your cooling is up to par and if you don't have headers, I advice long tubes over mids any day.That 168 and 77 makes a fun combo
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83 is what I thought, was just second guessing myself.. Thanks guys.. Didnt know I could go to a 77 without fueling mods and a throttle body upgrade. Already have Mbh longtubes and a eurocharged Heat exchanger and a tune by OE.
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83 is what I thought, was just second guessing myself.. Thanks guys.. Didnt know I could go to a 77 without fueling mods and a throttle body upgrade. Already have Mbh longtubes and a eurocharged Heat exchanger and a tune by OE.
You should have upgraded fuel injectors With the mods your running now. It should be your next mod if it hasn't been done. And you should have a trunk tank if you add any boost.
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77 vs 83.......how much difference in boost between the varying sizes?
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77 vs 83.......how much difference in boost between the varying sizes?
About 1.5 psi
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77 vs 83.......how much difference in boost between the varying sizes?
About 1.5 psi assuming the crank pulley is stock.
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77 vs 83.......how much difference in boost between the varying sizes?
Theoretically.....(and this is purely a reference chart not taking into account all variances)

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thanks for all this guys...this is what I have been looking for
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77

Currently have evo sport headers, upgraded 010 IC pump.

Going on this week 5 piece pulley kit from UPD
77 sc pulley UPD
BWK UPD
PLM Heat Exchanger
Custom dyno tune by GSRTECHNIK

I was under the impression I did not need upgraded injectors for this set up but recently have been hearing some people say I do.

Do do I need upgraded injectors?
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are you logging your important data?
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What is the stock size SC pulley on the E55?
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What is the stock size SC pulley on the E55?
90mm

There is a boost matrix posted here

https://mbworld.org/forums/w211-amg/...ey-matrix.html
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