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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 02-11-2003, 09:00 PM   #11
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Will, we may have inadvertantly stumbled on to the reason why some Bonnevilles can run without the MAF screen and others can't. I will be watching this closely as I have been torn between removing it and leaving it since first hearing about this mod back in August, 2002.
....but Jeffrey is the same vintage as us, and his was gone when he bought the car. He didn't have any trouble. Go figure. I still wanna see what happens.
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Old 02-12-2003, 07:41 PM   #12
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YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
i finally got it
just so everyone knows, you can not ! put a 94-95 SC and TB on a 92-93
both are M62 sc but the TB opening is much larger on the 94-95. the only way i know you run the 94-95TB on a 92-93 is to have a recal. MAF sensor or a stand alone fuel management system.
i put my old Tb on the FLOZ sc today and it idles soooo smooooooooooooooooooth.
its still in the relearning stages but its much much better. im gonna run it for a week and use my G TECH pro comp and see how it does.
guys , i really thank you for your patients with me on this, one thing i can tell you, the sc i got from FLOZ had new rotors, bearings, seals, a HD coupler, oil, and painted too. it also has a one year warr. on it too. if the water port doesnt start to leak, ill be a very happy camper. Mark at FLOZ told me that he would do a 92-93 for me if i wanted it and he even has 2" pulleys too. so any guys that need or want a new SC, FLOZ seems to be a great price and warr for the bux. he even sent the gaskets and the correct belt for the car too.
Will, you really need to hear this SC, sounds almost like a jet taking off, lol
oh, i did put a 6" K&N conical filter on it too so i could put my washer bottle back in, what a fit, the stainless tube rests on the top of the air ride pump and the filter is 1/4" from the washer bottle.
gonna finish my water/alcohol injection this weekend. just need to install and wire the the pump and the boost activated switch.
thanks again guys.
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I'm glad it all worked out. Very glad actually. I am hopeing to do the same thing sometime this summer. Compared to what else is available the Floz looks like a great deal. Let us know how those G-Tech Pro runs come out. I would be interested to compare those to ones from my G-Tech Pro.
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if anyone needs help with FLOZ. let me know ok, or if you talk to him , tell him sent you lol.
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Jeffrey, the bolt pattern for the 92/93 TB is the same as the 94/95? It just bolted right up?
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the bolt pattern is the same, but the water ports are slightly off., i just made sure i used a little silicon around the water ports before i put it on, also i had to relieve a small area to allow the throttle to open the whole way. took like 30 mins to swap out the TB, and relieve the sc to clear the throttle . its just where the throttle rest screw is at
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I'm curious what this ends up with performance wise, maybe I'll know for sure where my tax return check is going
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Old 02-14-2003, 06:01 PM   #18
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i got to make a short run this week, just a short burst. 1 st gear up to 5500 rpms and launched it at 2000 rpms
these are my results

2.06 60' time

247 HP at the wheels

321 lbs/ft of torque.

the pcm still needs to finish learnin so im hoping to pick up a few more ponies :P
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nice but what did you start with?
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i got all my parts at once. i started with a stock 92 ssei that i got dec.21,2002
and went from there. i did the wheels and tires on a weds 2 weeks ago and did the rest last sat. in my driveway.
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