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    Magnuson supercharger 2.3

    https://share.icloud.com/photos/086r...630S2ZX0n0O3uA Magnuson supercharger 2.3 Belt or a pulley problems as you can see in the video the belt starts jumping brand new belt race thumper on it not sure what’s going on or how to fix it any help would be appreciated



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    Ok I don’t think the video is working if someone can help me to download it
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    I clicked on the small picture on the lower left and it worked.

    That is very strange, i had a lot of issues on one part of my build where my maggie was tearing apart belts. A2Speed, Erick was able to figure it out finally.
    That jumping is very strange, only thing i can guess is the tension-er maybe the culprit.

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    It looks like the tensioner
    Try the ars there supposed to be the best


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    The belt is too short or you are routed wrong making the same effect. The tensioner is bouncing. I had the same effect trying one of Gates RPM belts. I added larger steel idler pulleys that took up some legnth but when I tried an RPM belt (no stretch at all) I got the same thing I see in the video, swapped the belt and its gone.
    Do you have a previous belt. If you made a change reverse it.



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    Sorry what Tensioner is that ars ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gapi View Post
    The belt is too short or you are routed wrong making the same effect. The tensioner is bouncing. I had the same effect trying one of Gates RPM belts. I added larger steel idler pulleys that took up some legnth but when I tried an RPM belt (no stretch at all) I got the same thing I see in the video, swapped the belt and its gone.
    Do you have a previous belt. If you made a change reverse it.
    The old belt I took off it was bouncing It was stretched about quarter of an inch so I figured putting on the new belt it would stop that bouncing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruces rt View Post
    Sorry what Tensioner is that ars ?
    People assume that everyone knows all the abbreviations. Here you go

    Mopar – American Racing Solution


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    What’s even more funny is people can’t remember the names that the abbreviation stands for. They just remember the abbreviation. Sucks getting old


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    Just an update guys added the Dayco tensioner with the same new belt and it has stopped bouncing so far Thanks for your guys help
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