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Old 06-18-2003, 01:39 AM   #1
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I was reading some old posts and read something about putting a 1995 70mm TB on a 92. I would like to know more about this. Tell me all that I have to do and change. I also would like to know about the water\alchol system, if there is a link or a post somewhere that goes into greater detail about it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
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This sounds like a job for Yahoo.com *dun dun dun duuuuun*. Haha ok your looking for jeffrey10x2 he'* the guy that did that but I can give you the skinny on it. Yes you can do it, you have to get a mini afc and recalibrate your maf sensor signal but it can be done. The only kicker is all that does is make your supercharger inlet your bottle neck. So you'll have better flow....till it hits the supercharger then your back to square one. He took a 94 sc and put it on there so he'* getting better flow all around. If you can afford it go for it, is it worth it...mmm... The water/alcohol system is interesting and can definately give you something BUT spraying your maf sensor with that combo can't be good so you'll have to get a plate behind your tb to inject it. You can build one for under $200. A good place to learn about it is: http://www.dawesdevices.com/water.html and a good place to learn to build one yourself is http://www.turbomirage.com/water.html . Have fun!
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