I live in SOCAL and go from sea level to 6500ft, I just installed the RIPP SC and wondering if I need to go to the high altitude pulley. I would like the boost to come on sooner. I have the standard pulley now and when it drops a gear (2011 4speed auto) to 3rd it pulls like a freight train but I'm trying to keep it from downshifting on some small rolling hills on my commute. I was thinking bringing the boost on earlier would keep this from happening.
I'm not one to rev out the motor, I like to keep it under 4K so if I can bring it on earlier that may benefit my driving style.
Anyone have and Dyno sheets for a 3.8 auto with a standard pulley vs a high altitude pulley?
Any Pro's and Con's
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