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Old 10-19-2009, 11:06 PM   #21
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well it does, i was reading the link again you directed me to as to doing the supercharger. i was reading the part about a 1 step colder spark plug, right now i have the original AC Delco, does that mean that i want be able to use my old plugs, (still fairly new) ?

and about the PCM,what is a cnned tune ?

where does the #9 pulley up there in the pic mount to inside there? because it says it requires a bolt that not on the L36, thats what have wit the 9:1 ratio
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Old 10-19-2009, 11:26 PM   #22
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You can use your old plugs, but a cooler plug is suggested, higher pressures is higher heat, and that needs to be removed or you with have knock.

A canned tune is a tune that covers the basics, but is not a trully high performance tune because every engine is a bit different.

Not sure what #9 attaches to, mine is behind the motor mount so I can't see it.
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the other thing was, on my bonnie, it doesnt seem to have the MAP sensor where it is on the SC motor but the guy left it on the bracket. will i need to tie this in some sort of way ?
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Where it is really don't matter. As long at it reaches the plugs and wont be damaged.
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thats the thing, i dont even have a plug for it to get pluged in, i have every other sensor except the MAP, unless its in a different location, not sure.
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You should have a MAP. The PCM needs to know the barometric pressure to get all the AFR settings correct.
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ima have to check it out and try to find it, get back to u
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i was under the hood early, looking for the MAP sensor and i cant seem to find it, i know there should be a vaccum going to it. the only vaccum lines i have are the ones going to the evap canister, trans modulator, throttle body, barke booster, fuel press. reg., and thyen theres a line running under my maxi fuses which i beleives runs into my dash to the heater controls.

i sunt billboost a message to see if would join us on tryin to keep me in the right direction.
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Youre doing a top swap? Id definately love to see a write up it is nowhere to be found on the internet and next week my top swap should be arriving payed alot for it and the HD tranny swap. I know little bout cras though the best ive done was change a radiator... so a write up on this would help alot thanks!
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If you take a lot of pictures and type something up send it to me and I'll make sure it gets in the tech info area. Billboost has done one or two. Basically its a head swap, new LIM, the supercharger, a tensioner the idlers, and some tuning.
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