Inlet pulley for 190 ECU

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tlracer
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Inlet pulley for 190 ECU

Post by tlracer » Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:02 am

For some time I have had a spare ECU, which is marked "190" so, assuming that's correct, I thought I might get around to fitting it!

I know that fitting verniers would be the logical addition but - for originality - I was going to use the factory 190 inlet pulley. However I don't have one...I do, however have a new spare std. pulley so here's the question:

- Where does the third slot need to be machined to get the correct cam timing?

Hopefully someone out there will know :thumbup:

winthattt
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Re: Inlet pulley for 190 ECU

Post by winthattt » Sat Aug 17, 2019 8:01 am

I put mine in the recycling bin or you could have had them. Rumour always was they are not great and verniers are worth fitting. I think it’s hit and miss and depends on the car. I have verniers set on the dyno.

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Re: Inlet pulley for 190 ECU

Post by trackrod » Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:50 pm

I've got a picture from somewhere that is supposed to show a 190hp pulley (see below). I think it will be difficult to exactly drill that additional slot without a good pattern. I used verniers ordered from Turbosport on Ebay. They wokred fine for me.


190Hp_pulley.jpg

VerniersTurboSport.JPG

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Re: Inlet pulley for 190 ECU

Post by tlracer » Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:58 am

Thanks for the replies.
winthattt - it's a shame you binned them, but not to worry...
As I have the spec I guess I'll have to work out where the third slot goes. With trackrod's picture it shouldn't be too difficult (famous last words!)

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