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Old 12-09-2005, 12:11 AM   #1
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Havent driven it in abt 2months. Been sitting at mechanic. I took it in for valve noise and lack of oil pressure. Mech tells me it'* not pumping oil and something in the engine went. After thinking hard I decided since I've done so mucjh to the car and overall it'* a good car I would try to locate a motor. So please keep your eyes open and advise me if u come across anything, Thanks!! 1995 SSEi :(
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Is your supercharger and all that good? If so, you might be able to use the 93 SSEi block I have in my Parts car. It is high mileage, but seems to run fine for me. I believe the only changes were the supercharger, TB and computer, so you should be able to utilize those that you have. Someone else can verify if I am correct or not. Engine is still in the car and the car is located in Binghamton, NY (2.5-3 hrs north of Philly) If interested, PM me for more details.
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*/C is fine. I broke it down and cleaned and reoiled it last yr. The drive to NY is no big deal for me. Is this a parts car you have sitting?
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Disregard that last question but how many miles would you say is on it and what was the reason u decided to turn this into a parts car?
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Car has 176K on it. I know that for a fact. i bought it asa parts car for some of the interior. I haven't driven it more than 100 feet. The guy before me used it as a daily driver until the starter went out. The only other things with the motor are the SC is noisy(which you wouldn't use) and the front valve cover leaks ,so it needs a new gasket.

The reason I decided to part the car is because of rust in the rear of the car. The quarter panels and rear floor under the seat are very rusty with some holes. Right now the car has no interior, no mirrors, no hearlights, no bumpers, and I am going to keep the wheels off of it. For $250 you can take the rest of the car with motor/trans/doors/trunk/hood/fenders/suspension or for $200 I'll remove some of those parts and you can have the motor/trans/remainder of the shell. If interested, I can get more information and maybe work out a deal. I will put 4 spares on it so it will roll onto a trailer. PM me for more information. The car is the red one in my sig.
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Ok now I'm lookin for one of the gearheads to chime in and let me know if I can use the 93 motor on my 95..
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both series1'* the blocks the same.
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93-95 are identical.

92 is slightly different but can be made to work or use as-is.

Moving this out of Forced Induction. This isn't a SC topic.
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So did they have the same */C because I thought the */C changed which would mean the bolt pattern to connect the */c to the engine would be different, Right. Or am I just wrong?
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SC changed slightly for 94/95, but not the bolt pattern.

I'm assuming you would keep your existing SC if you got a 92 or 93 motor. They all interchange.
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