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Old 01-22-2009, 09:44 PM   #1
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I have a 92 SSEI with 130K and the */c makes noise and leaks fluid from front seal. before I burn it up is there a web site for a rebuild kit?
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Not sure about a series 1 rebuild kit. But you may be able to find another supercharger for a good price. I'll look around.
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OK well I can't even use the other one that I have it also makes about the same noise. How about PSE?

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I was able to find this one for $125. It'* rebuilt and ported.

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Thank you I'll look into that cheaper than 329 or 499. To bad seriesII does not fit I have a super nice setup from 99 SSEI.
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I have a 92 SSEI with 130K and the */c makes noise and leaks fluid from front seal. before I burn it up is there a web site for a rebuild kit?
I think all you need is a new (or rebuilt) nose cone--comes with coupler to fix the noise and seal to fix leak.
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contact 3800performance.com about it... mine is a rebuild from them... they SHOW the series 2 and 3 for sale but mine is one from them... still has their support sticker with the number if you want ill get it...

i think he said it was like 400 after the core replacement and they paid shipping or it was included in the price or something like that but he said it was ordered from them

just an option if you cant find a rebuild kit... lemme kno if you need the number
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rollingperformance.com sells rebuild kits as well as Intense-Racing.com and ZZPerformance. The kits are all the same. Only difference between the M90'* and M62'* is the amount of oil they take.
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Good info to have Bill. All you need is a coupler, oil, and a tube of seal.

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If it'* leaking at the front seal, I'd replace the bearings and seal at the same time. To clarify I'd hit up the coupler, tube of sealant, shaft seal, and the two bearings.

Replacing is relatively easy following the instructions on rolling performance.
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