So what you asking as I've had too much wine Citro ? ! I'd love to have a chart on my wall though with all the bloody belt sizes that would fit with diff'combo s . Mine is the complicated one with 1% crank and too pissed to do maths ! -lol
That's why I added the three pulleys that imply a change in the belt size, because I want to do what you did, but considering all three possibilities...crank, alternator and Supercharger.Bear in mind that as well as the pulley sizes you also need to take into account how much around each pulley the belt fits, and this changes with the pulley size !!
I put together the attached spreadsheet when I tried to do this, but it only does a change in SC pulley and does NOT take account of the above variable.
You present a valid point, if I understand well what you're saying, you're telling me that despite the increase or decrease in size of a determined pulley in mm, the contact surface of the belt might not coincide with that size, right?
Thanks, ChrisYES in my spreadsheet I assume that the belt will grip 2/3 of the diameter of the SC pulley no matter what its size, in fact as it gets smaller less than 2/3 will be gripped.......
Good luck to you.
Presume you unzipped it first with Winzip or similar?Thanks - maybe it was works rubbish Excel that didn't work