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Old 10-06-2005, 09:28 PM   #1
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Can someone please tell me where I can purchase a supercharger coupler for a 1993 SSEi? I have looked all over, and can't find anything, and according to a local advanced autoparts, no place like them carry them in stock. I read that they are relatively cheap, and easy to fix, but I can't find one anywhere. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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The coupler is the same for series 1 or series 2.
Also get 2 bottles of supercharger oil.
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You also NEED:

1 tube of GM Gasket maker (little tube to seal the SC back up).
1 Supercharger outlet gasket
2 yellow coolant bypass o-rings

You also SHOULD get:

1. Throttle body gasket so you can thoroughly clean the TB.
1 Fuel injector O-ring kit

You'll only need one bottle of SC oil for a Series 1, but get the other as a spare.


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BTW, do not attempt to clean the supercharger inlet or rotors. The epoxy coating on the rotors will be harmed with throttle body/air intake cleaner.
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93 doesn't have Epoxy coated rotors. But be aware of getting cleaning solvents into the needle bearings at the opposite end of the rotors.
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Not sure if you might've tried gettin' to our website but it'* been hectic lately. I'm based in Beaumont and heard that the website was down because of the server disruption etc. We've spent the last 2 weeks on the road and FINALLY got to come home Wednesday night. Got a TON of emails to go through so if you inquired please be patient.
Also, call me crazy but there'* a Super Coupe Shootout in Noble, Oklahoma this weekend and I sure wanna go but got to swap transmissions first, then we hit the road north. If any of you guys wanna come spectate you'd be more than welcome, maybe we can share some blower tech etc etc etc.

Thanks for the space, didn't mean to make a shameless plug but thought this might be a good spot to fall back into place until things are more normal. Still got to get 2 trees off the hacienda and do permanent repairs on some windows but we have power and water so we're more blessed at this point than we ever thought possible.

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There ya go. Another source for the coupler and stuff. Including bearings. I got mine from there.
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