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Old 06-23-2005, 07:05 PM   #1
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I'm going to get a rebuilt '95 */C for my 92 SSEI engine. I know I will have to change the throttle body also, but is there anything else to watch for?

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You'll need an air/fuel calibrator to get the mixture correct. Try ZZP'* mini-AFC 2.2.

The back corner bolt in the SC base closest to the driver is an inch longer than the rest on the 92. You'll need a standard length bolt to replace it with.

Use the stock 92 pulley for a boost gain.
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I have a supercharger from a 93 ssei, same as a 1992, perfect shape if your interested in buying it.
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I'm actually looking for a '95 as the rotors inside are ceramic coated an as such will produce more HP.
Thanks though.
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It'* teflon. And you can put those rotors in your 92 housing. But then you loose the potential of a larger TB.
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It'* teflon. And you can put those rotors in your 92 housing. But then you loose the potential of a larger TB.
Unless you port your 92/93 TB, which will probalby flow equally to a 94/95. And the rotors are epoxy coated, not ceramic or Teflon.
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Or you could port the 94 TB and have the best of both worlds.
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Make sure you port your LIM and exhaust manifolds to support this. Very important, or you just move where your restriction is, and don't fully gain the benefit.
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