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I’ve been thinking about getting a set of aftermarktet crank and supercharger pulleys. Found a set on eurotoys and looks like it can do quite a bit in terms of responsiveness and HP/Torque, especially with the ECU tune. Has anyone used their stuff and any regrets? Since the crank and supercharger pulleys are larger and smaller, respectively, the super charger is spinning at a much faster rate, does that exceed its max RPM? Any issues with over heating?
 

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I did the eurotoys upgrade with ECU tune and both pulleys. Power increase is very noticeable.
 

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I am actually surprised there isn't more on intercooler upgrade options out there. Ill be following this.
I just got the Evans waterless coolant and although it doesn’t technically cool better than water, with it having a higher boiling point and harder to build pressure I’m assuming it will help the intercoolers with wear and tear. Is my assumption inaccurate?
 

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Evans is glycol based, so it is essentially the coolant already in use, just without water. As for wear and tear, with no water, the internals should suffer no corrosion.
 

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No mods other than the two pulleys and ECU tune. I've been running it for 2 years now with no related issues.
 

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No mods other than the two pulleys and ECU tune. I've been running it for 2 years now with no related issues.
Awesome, glad to hear that. I think I’m going to schedule an appointment to take my truck there within the next month or so.
 
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