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Old 07-14-2005, 12:26 AM   #1
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is it possible to put a supercharger from a 94 SSEi on to a 94 SSE?
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if u swap the engine out yes u can but its not a direct bolt on though
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you will need the Engine, wire harness , PCM and the trans. to do the swap successfuly
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you will need the Engine, wire harness , PCM and the trans. to do the swap successfuly
Correct. There is more to it than just unbolting one and bolting the other. Different ECM, trans, wiring.....the list goes on.
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yea so i would be better off just buying an SSEi

what kind of mods could a person do to an SSE to make it perform significantly better?
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yea so i would be better off just buying an SSEi

what kind of mods could a person do to an SSE to make it perform significantly better?
cold air intake exhaust to start
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smaller pulley you can add to that list, there is also cams, and rockers available, and a IC is in the works
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Yes, it'* much easier to find and buy an SSEi. I've done it too many times already
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haha yea
where can i find cold air intakes for the 92-99 bonnevilles? i cant find anything anywhere
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Assuming you have a 94. The thing most on the site have done is to order a K&N RX-4750 air filter from AJUSA.com and go to Autozone. They have a rice pipe in stock for a number of Honda'*. You will have to cut down the end a little and I found trimming the other end helped as well. Possibly extend the wires for your IAT. (Intake Air Temp sensor) The IAT needs to come out of your stock airbox and go into a hole in the air filter.

Here'* a link to what I did on my 95
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...light=cut+pipe
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