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Old 07-18-2005, 09:53 PM   #11
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That'* called slop, or backlash. That IS the coupler. Nothing else.
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So that is $30 to replace? Where would I go about getting one of these?
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The coupler they list on their site fits both M62 and M90 superchargers. Also get two bottles of SC oil. The 97 took every drop of both to get to the lower fill hole.
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well, I would be swapping this out and selling it most likely, unless WillWren wants to make me a hybrid one.. So supercharger oil might not be a necessity.
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If you decide to sell it, let me know. I might be interested in it, regardless of it'* current condition. I've got some ideas to play around with here, and need another core.

The coupler is 30, but there are other costs that go along with it. Gaskets, seals, and other stuff you SHOULD do at the same time. It could run you $100.
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Will, make me an offer in it'* current condition. I was going to put it on ebay with a starting bid of $150+ shipping as is. There are pictures here of it before I spent a little time cleaning the junk off it. 166k. The fuel rail is off of it now and i might remove the TB, but if the price is right, it can stay where it is.
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I might want the fuel rail too. But you're going to have to offer ME due to the fact I have a somewhat lower offer locally

This is a project to benefit all Series 1 L67'*, btw. We need development parts.
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