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Old 02-26-2007, 06:47 PM   #31
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well if you guys come across a good supercharger let me know. I would like to spend as least as possible as I have very little money to put toward this car. I was looking at the rebuilt ones on ebay, but they all want a core and since mine is gutted they won't give me anyhting for it. I only paid $1300 for my car, so I don't have a heck of a lot in it, and my car budget went into new brakes all around about 3 days ago, plus I still need to replace the passenger wheel bearing and drive axle.
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Please read this sticky at the top of the Forced Induction Board It explains in further detail why to avoid MANY of the "rebuilt" superchargers on ebay
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eitherway not having an operational supercharger is likely harming your fuel economy and confusing the H*** out of your car. however it is hard to say since I've never heard of anyone running a series 1 without the rotors.

Which leads me to my next question..what kind of gas miliage were you getting without the rotors installed?
I know its confusing the hell out of my car, I get a check engine light ever once in a while and it runs a little funny when cold, plus I can definatly tell its dumping too much fuel into the engine during acceleration, since its supposed to have a SC and that uses more fuel it throttle.

My milage is crappy, 14-16 in town, maybe 20 on the interstate.

The car needs a lot of work besides, but its really nice, body almost perfect, interior is perfect and besides the heated mirriors and power antenna not working, everything else works perfect.

I also have a bad leak from and timing cover which I need to fix, but I make sure the oil is ful at every gass up.

Mike
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Contact Brian McPhee at www.canadiansupercharger.com and ask him if he has a set of 'mounted' rotors for a GM Eaton 92/93 M62 (Gen2). Copy and paste this in your email.

His email is available on his website. Tell him I sent you. You can put those rotors, if he has some laying around, in your supercharger for cheaper than you can get another charger off ebay.

I strongly advise you to order some rotor (needle) bearings from www.rollingperformance.com at the same time. Replace those before installing the replacement rotor set.

If it'* in the budget, a rebuild from www.canadiansupercharger.com is your best overall bet. You will have to negotiate your core charge with CSC however. You don't have a rebuildable core.
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also order yourself a throttlebody gasket if you have the "card-board version" as I refer to it as. these usually get torn when you remove the throttle body from the SC, I've never been able to re-use one before.

finding a good used SC would be the easiest route, rebuilding what you have would be the cheapest.
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Hans, there'* no way in H E L L you can even determine if a used SC is 'good'. There'* a risk in all of them.

Any USED supercharger should be rebuilt before use.
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