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Old 10-12-2007, 04:55 PM   #11
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you're right.. it doesnt time for a new camera

take your pictures from no closer than 8.5 CM away from the object, as that is the focus point
yes. it has been time. just not high on the priority list.

and 8.5 cm, ok thanks.
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Your LIM is the theorised less desirable for the 92-95 range. The plug is for a second CTS which would be for a temp gauge. The plate is used for coolant routing (they couldn't make the passages do what they wanted with out an access point there).

What'* the deal with those gouges? Do they go all the way through? If they are just cosemtic blemishes and don't puncture all the way through or push material into the shaft bore, I'd leave it. You can always put your nosedrive on it when you swap if this one is damaged.
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Somebody whacked that nosedrive badly. Hard to tell for sure through the blur, but it looks like scrap to me.

The plug in your LIM is where an SSEi would have the OTHER ECT. Buicks only have one, Pontiacs get two.
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yeah i was thinkin about it, and i can do the p&p and just use my existing nosedrive.

thanks guys.
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Refresh me guys, did the walled LIM show up on the 93 or 94? If 94, then that LIM was not on the same engine the SC was, just so you know. The walled LIM is the less desirable one, which is the one you have pics of.
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It started part way though 93. Some 93'* have walled, some non-walled.
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Old 10-13-2007, 07:50 PM   #17
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just a thought to use the 94-95 tb but,

could i use the rotors and nose drive in the 92-93 charger in the casing of a 94-05 m62?

and wren, do you have a link to the thread where the lim'* were being compared. i think it was like 5 lims.
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Nosedrive is compatible, rotors and TB are not.

Search for the topic. Use the terms 'walled' and non-walled or un-walled.
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i found that thread. but what makes the walled intake a poor candidate for porting?

what happened with the flow tests?
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Flowbench data hasn't been done. He was shipped overseas.

Rule of thumb:

The sharper the turn, the worse for performance (flow). Walled LIM'* force a sharper turn and create dead spaces between the ports. These cause turbulence. Flowbench data was intended to prove HOW MUCH of an improvement the non-walled was, not WHETHER it was. Same general rule applies when planning a sprinkler system for your front yard. Fewer 90 degree bends equals more flow.
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