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Old 02-06-2006, 07:51 PM   #1
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I was wondering what parts from a 94 ssei could be used on a 90sse , i know the engines are different but if something will spruce up my 90 cosmetically I would like to , also structurally, stabilizer bars better ,gas tank & pump, any parts .One came in today at wreckers .Dont need coil pack or strut tower brace.Thanks.
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there are not many parts that will crossover...i would say that the only thing that is useable to you would be the sway bars, and the springs
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there are not many parts that will crossover...i would say that the only thing that is useable to you would be the sway bars, and the springs
seats???? have no idea on that one but I saw someone put 92-99 seats in a 87-91 before...dont know how much work was envolved.
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Mike G did the seats from a 98, which are pretty much identical to 94.
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I believe the strut bar and many other parts cross over. The car is essentially the same shell with different covering.

Fuel and brake lines run down the opposite different sides of the frame.. and things like that.
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Are the sway bars different as in stronger, and the interior is tan and just in ok shape mine is gray.If sway bars would strengthen suspension than what I have i MAY CONSIDER IT.
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Are the sway bars different as in stronger, and the interior is tan and just in ok shape mine is gray.If sway bars would strengthen suspension than what I have i MAY CONSIDER IT.
the sways MAY be bigger....what suspension code does the SSEi have and what does your SSE have...im assuming FE2 for both
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Im not sure Ill have to check,thats in the trunk rpo codes correct?
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With the 90 SSE you have you will have the 32 mm front bar... The only one that you may want to consider is the rear bar from the SSEi.... Stock for the 87-91 FE2-F41 is an 18 mm rear bar... You can get the 21mm rear sway bar from the SSEi and install it on your SSE... The handling may be a tad unbalanced, or it could improve... This is something that you may want to try and see if you like the diffrence it makes...

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Doesnt sound like it is worth the effort.I thought I could use something before someone else rips it apart, I took the beefier multi function lever and the coils for spares ,cigarette lighter is bigger things like that ,every little thing helps ya kno.
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