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Old 03-16-2008, 12:43 PM   #21
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I've been buying from him for years, and it'* always been black. Looks like he made a change:

http://www.rollingperformance.com/scoil.htm

Should be compatible.
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Thanks for info guys.

One more question.
Is there a great chanse that rotor shaft is broken?
I mean that assembly where noseshaft is connected too with a coupler.

Something like broken teeths or so?
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Thanks for info guys.

One more question.
Is there a great chanse that rotor shaft is broken?
I mean that assembly where noseshaft is connected too with a coupler.

Something like broken teeths or so?
if you suspect further damage, you may take the sc off and separate the snout, to inspect. do that BEFORE you buy any nosedrive or whole sc.
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Take it off the car. You have to anyway.

I suspect it was run without oil and the shaft broke in the nosedrive, but you have to make sure the rest is undamaged.
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Are those rotor pulleys interchangeable between Gen2 and 3 or it'* diff size or ratio?
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Are those rotor pulleys interchangeable between Gen2 and 3 or it'* diff size or ratio?
different od, but the id is the same.
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Yes, the pulleys are the same shaft diameter and the key is the same. But they are not interchangeable by default.

You have alot of work to do to your car before you can even consider thinking about running a 2.55" 92/93 pulley in place of your stock 2.85".
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Oh, no I wasn't clear what I was talking about.
I mean that two (or three) gears inside.
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You can't change the gears. They're 1:1 direct driven off the coupler. There is no difference between them year-to-year.
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You can't change the gears. They're 1:1 direct driven off the coupler. There is no difference between them year-to-year.
So in case they're damaged whole SC must be changed,correct?
I just want to make sure I got what is needed and not to end up with one part and then need something else.

EDIT :I just worried what besides noseshaft is damaged.
Anyway,I will take it off engine tomorrow morning and all will be clear by then, I hope.
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