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Old 11-23-2006, 02:58 PM   #1
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Does anyone know off hand if the 1994-1995 M62 is a direct bolt on replacement for the 92-93 superchargers? I know the rotors and pulley changed, but I need to know if it can bolt right up (no modifications) to a 92-93 L67. Thanks!
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It can bolt up. Willwren has a Gen 3 SC on his 93. As well as DriverJohn on his 92. You need a 94/95 LIM though. You cannot just simply swap superchargers only.

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Thanks. I was just curious since I was putting one up on eBay and I didn't want to put any wrong information.
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Have you tried selling it here? I know there are people that would want one (I would if it were in good working condition).
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Thanks. I was just curious since I was putting one up on eBay and I didn't want to put any wrong information.
please list it as 94-95 ONLY....if the new buyer gets it there are differences, and will not work without some changes

and post it on here, there are many that are in want/need
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It can bolt up. Willwren has a Gen 3 SC on his 93. As well as DriverJohn on his 92. You need a 94/95 LIM though. You cannot just simply swap superchargers only.

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Driverjohn2005 does not. He has my old 92/93 Gen2 P/P supercharger.

John Wikoff does.
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It can bolt up. Willwren has a Gen 3 SC on his 93. As well as DriverJohn on his 92. You need a 94/95 LIM though. You cannot just simply swap superchargers only.

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Driverjohn2005 does not. He has my old 92/93 Gen2 P/P supercharger.

John Wikoff does.
Oops! I knew his was P&P'd...but I don't know why I thought it was a Gen 3. I remember now that you mention it though.
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And you don't need the 94/95 LIM. But you do need the 95/95 TB, MAF, and a AFC for AFPR to make it run close to right.
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Or get lucky with a Jet PCM like I did, and fine-tune with fuel pressure. There'* still some unanswered questions out there on some of this.
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Does anyone know off hand if the 1994-1995 M62 is a direct bolt on replacement for the 92-93 superchargers? I know the rotors and pulley changed, but I need to know if it can bolt right up (no modifications) to a 92-93 L67. Thanks!
Wow this is like the same thing I have, I had the dealership put a 1995 supercharger on mine because my bearings were rattling in the 1993 so I had bought a 1995 supercharger about 6 months ago and had them put one in or they would have charged me 1800 for a new one. I would like to see a difference between the two side by side and when not bolted on. I can't seem to find any differences on mine between the 1993 and the 1995 one from a Buick Ultra because the 1995 is bolted on to the engine.
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