That's right, I wanted it perfect from the get go, so sent a detailed diagram to the guys who make the pulleys and they sent back the right size and number of teath to give the propper ratio and that there is no need for adjustment on the belt. Now all is do is replace the belt when it breaks or I do not feel safe. Doing it through the propper people has saved me a mountain of trouble and money.

Ask anyone, I have learnt the hard way.