No, I haven't looked at the clearance. It is quite tight, though, and I also didn't know that this was related to the pulley Kit topic. Lol
Because a big brake kit was part of the discussion as increasing power usually also requires improvements to brake performance. In addition there has been discussions on changing tires and removing the speed limiter.No, I haven't looked at the clearance. It is quite tight, though, and I also didn't know that this was related to the pulley Kit topic. Lol
18” wheels is probably the limiting factor here. I’m guessing other hellcats have 20s. Powerstop will probably do a kit they do a good kit for the 17” on the 2500.
Part# 06512335AAanyone pin their crank yet in here? my trucks due in in 2 weeks, have a bunch of parts rolling in but wanted to confirm crank bolt for the crank pulley part # couldnt find anything on the net yet if its the same as the other hellcat bolts.
Whose pulley did you use and was it pinned or unpinned?Yes I did! It gave me a solid 1.5 lbs. of boost. You can definitely feel the difference in how it pulls harder. I'm a drag racer so I can tell the difference. It's like a tighter stall converter all the way through.
There are a bunch of guys with unpinned pulleys in the cars and Jeep with no issues (that I recall hearing about). There was chatter about squeaking, but I never installed mine so didn't pay much attention to it.How difficult was it to install and are you concerned that its unpinned?