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Old 03-14-2007, 08:54 PM   #11
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The same guy I bought the 99 SSEi from a local freind of mine who has over 10 bonnies.
Just looked on Ebay I have the right SC installed.
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You get over 10 psi?

Any chance of you getting a scantool on it?
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All I know is it goes as far as the stock gauge will go.
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Above 10? It goes above 10. Or does it stop at 10?
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It goes past 10 as far as the gauge will go.
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Possibly 94/95 rotors in a 92/93 case. If this is true, it'* bad news.

So you're showing more boost than you did before? But less power.
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No same boost is showing. Just noticeably less power. I also fixed some vaccum leaks. Maybe it was overboosting before.
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If the rotors are shiny, they are either clean 92/93 or stripped (a no no) rotors from a 94/95. Stripped rotors would cause lowered boost.

But.... your boost is too high if you had stock stuff on before. Clogged cat maybe?
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No Cat at all
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Get a cat on there. It is highly illegal not to have one and is punishable by law. You need to obtain a scantool and see what your parameters are.
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