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Old 08-21-2005, 07:32 PM   #1
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=7993921733

I officially have all the pieces necessary now. At least all on the way. I'll need to rebuild the nosedrive and replace the needle bearings in the 92/93 donor unit that'* on the way, and transplant these rotors into it.

I'll be left with 2 spare BCS'*, 2 spare BCA'*, and a spare nosedrive. All these parts are compatible with all 3 finished superchargers I'll have: 92/93 ported rebuild with 2.2" pulley, 95 stock SC (doing coupler and nosedrive soon) with 2.8" pulley, and the hybrid with an unknown pulley in it'* future. I'll also have the 2.5" pulley from the 92/93 donor unit for when I decide to upgrade the 95 SLE/SC.

Let the fun begin.
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LMAO. You crack me up!

Seriously though, it'* good to see the "creation" will soon be "alive". It'* alive.....it'* alive.........well, almost

P.*. I wonder what well educated EBayer informed the seller the SC would only work for a Series I motor................hmmmmmmmmmm...........who could it be?................
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The creation will be alive very soon (quite quickly, actually). It'll get the hybrid SC in the fall with the Cam and a couple other goodies. I have a couple months to rebuild/build the hybrid.
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err define hybrid. 92/93 with 94/95 rotors? Why not just go all the way to 94/95? You saw the difference in size.
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err define hybrid. 92/93 with 94/95 rotors? Why not just go all the way to 94/95? You saw the difference in size.
You don't keep up too well. It'* only posted all over the board.

With my Jet PCM'* adjusted MAF tables, I think I can build a hybrid to work with my ported 92/93 Throttle Body, and not need an AFC controller. That'* the whole idea. No AFC for me. They're touchy, expensive, and problematic.

So I ported the living snot out of my TB, cleaned up and polished my SC inlet, ported my outlet, LIM, and EM'*, and I'm ready to flow.
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Yeah well you've posted like 200 times in the last week, which post are you referring to?

Sounds like it'll be a fun swap anyway. I've not seen it done.
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I still think you may need the AFC. From messing with mine, I know how limited our PCM is in its adjustability. A couple percent can make the difference between a 2500 rpm idle to no idle.
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Big difference between you and I. My MAF tables in my PCM have been adjusted. That'* why I'm thinking I can get away with it.
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Congratts on your wining bid , Will
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Hypertech did similar things with the fuel tables, I'm sure.
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