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Old 04-12-2007, 01:41 PM   #11
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Ok with supercharger and throttle body aside, what would cause the it not to work. On Willwrens 93 bonne he has the 94-95 supercharger and throttle body working well on his car but why hasnt it been successfull on the 92'*.
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its not the 92/93 difference you need to worry about

willwren has done TONS of top end work and tuning to make that charger work...

it will NOT work for you.
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koolaidman2021, based on the fact that you have an SSEi, you already have a */C right? Are you having problems with your present */C? If so most likely it can be repaired. When this auction is over, if you include shipping charges and exchange, it most likely won't sell for less than about $60.00 Canadian, and I'd be surprised if it did. You may be better off repairing yours. This is just a suggestion.
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J Wikoff also has a Gen3 on his 92. And he'* spent alot of money just like me, trying to get it tuned in. And he'* still not satisfied with it.

The EGR stovepipe is also an issue, but getting around the fueling issue is difficult and very expensive.

Buy the correct (Gen2) 91-93 SC or repair yours.
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Thanks for the help. It seems that its not worth it for me at this present time but for all you guys looking for a 94-95 sc, the current price is $9.99 with no reserve with 1 bid and shipping is only $35 to ship it to me. It ends in 5hr 44mins. Thanks again
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