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Old 12-01-2018, 07:38 AM
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Hi , my 4.2 xkr have this supercharger belt:
2W93 8620 EB
i have a stage 2 upper pulley.
Where i Can find It a Little more short belt ? Part Number?

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Old 12-01-2018, 03:15 PM
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I presume your belt is slipping?

I have a similar setup and bought my super charger belt on Ebay and no slipping whatsoever.

Its the standard belt for a 2005 XJR.

Is your idler pulley setup working properly?
 
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Old 12-03-2018, 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by jackra_1 View Post
I presume your belt is slipping?

I have a similar setup and bought my super charger belt on Ebay and no slipping whatsoever.

Its the standard belt for a 2005 XJR.

Is your idler pulley setup working properly?
not slipping. Only that will be better a little more short belt
 
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Old 12-03-2018, 07:23 AM
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not slipping. Only that will be better a little more short belt
If your existing belt is not slipping then I do not understand why you want a "tighter" belt?
 
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If your existing belt is not slipping then I do not understand why you want a "tighter" belt?

I WANT IT BECAUSE WITH STAGE 2 SMALL UPPER PULLEY IT WILL BE BETTER THAN OEM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!

understand now?
 
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Why would it be better? If it is not slipping and is moving the pulley with no problem what benefits would a tighter belt provide?
 
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None I can think of. Hoping to hear...
 
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Why would it be better? If it is not slipping and is moving the pulley with no problem what benefits would a tighter belt provide?
I have the whole new engine and the belt, even if it does not slip, is old and I have to replace it. And since I have to replace it, I thought I'd put a slightly shorter one.
 
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Ok understand now...

Problem is that on belts that I see advertised they do not give measurements just "compatible vehicles".
 
 
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