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Old 05-05-2010, 11:56 AM
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Default Standard pulley size for JRSC M45

Hi, can anyone tell me the standard nose pulley size that tha JRSC M45 kits come with, standard kit, not the big boost?

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TDR has a good nose pulley RPM chart

http://www.trackdogracing.com/websit...lley_chart.htm
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Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
TDR has a good nose pulley RPM chart

http://www.trackdogracing.com/websit...lley_chart.htm
Thanks for the tip, I have already been looking at that, I am planning on ordering new pulleys, but I want to know the stock pulley size so I know what ratios they run. I guess I'll just have to wait til my M45 arrives.
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Originally Posted by jimj64 View Post
Thanks for the tip, I have already been looking at that, I am planning on ordering new pulleys, but I want to know the stock pulley size so I know what ratios they run. I guess I'll just have to wait til my M45 arrives.
Sorry, I'd say that the stock is 77,5 mm. I can measure when I get to my car on saturday.

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Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
Sorry, I'd say that the stock is 77,5 mm. I can measure when I get to my car on saturday.

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that would be great, thanks
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Hi Jim!

As far as I could see, the pulley was 72 mm.

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I always thought it was a 70mm. But then again, the first gen used like a 80 or 85 mm because the crank pulley was smaller. Depends what gen you have.
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Sometimes it's a 72,5mm pulley (NA models) and other times (usually on NB's) 67,5mm. Hope it helps you. I have a NB and was looking for the 62,5mm pulley.
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Originally Posted by Taiman81 View Post
Sometimes it's a 72,5mm pulley (NA models) and other times (usually on NB's) 67,5mm. Hope it helps you. I have a NB and was looking for the 62,5mm pulley.
My kit arrived, it's for an NB, and has a 67.5mm nose pulley.
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I'd just call Gary.
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