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Old 04-10-2007, 08:19 PM   #1
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I found a supercharger on ebay that was rebuilt I dont think by the same guy that has chipped you before though, it is a 94-95 supercharger. Would it work with my bonneville and if so do I need to do anything. Thanks

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No. It will not work without modification, and the few that have did the swap, a couple have had problems.
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I believe this will fit the 95 SSEi, will it not?
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You'd need the SC, the TB, an AFPR or mini AFC. And tuning it just right is not worth the trouble if you're not looking to mod.
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The supercharger comes with the throttle body and all the sensors. Are there any other mods needed with the correct throttle body?
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I was wondering because I am intending to buy it. thanks
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straight up, unless you are familiar with tuning, and you have a mini AFC.. dont get it
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No.

It will not work on your car without alot of work and a great deal of knowledge and patience. Don't do it.

Besides, any unknown SC on ebay will need to be rebuilt. Nosedrive bearings and seal, and SC housing needle bearings.
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What is the difference between a 92 and a 93 that would cause it not to work?
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92/93 have bare rotors and a 2.55" stock pulley.

94/95 have epoxy coated rotors, bigger inlet (that won't line up/match with a 92/93 TB) and a 2.85" stock pulley.

The difference in TB size causes the MAF readings to be wonky and noone makes an easy way to fix that for us.
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