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Old 09-23-2004, 05:21 PM   #11
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Thanks for the help! I am gonna go ahead and get the ZZ coupler too. Will this Eaton rebuild kit work for the M62?
http://www.zzperformance.com/zzp/pro...ebuild_kit.htm
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Thanks for the help! I am gonna go ahead and get the ZZ coupler too. Will this Eaton rebuild kit work for the M62?
http://www.zzperformance.com/zzp/pro...ebuild_kit.htm
Sounds like the right bearings and stuff. The m62 and M90 are similar SC'*. I beleive the main difference is the length ot the rotors and the lenghts of the nose cones.
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www.rollingperformance.com

M90 kit. It'll do fine. You also need a few other goodies. Read the top three posts in Forced Induction. Prime opportunity to replace your fuel injector O-rings, clean your TB (so get the TB gasket now), and you also need the coolant bypass o-rings (yellow) and a SC outlet gasket.

You CANNOT remove the nosedrive in a practical way without first removing the SC.
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Do they carry the couplers as well? I just tried calling ZZ Performace and there was a recording saying the number has been disconnected.
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I believe Rolling Performance has the couplers in stock. They use the ZZP coupler. If not, you can order it online from www.zzperformance.com

Beware of Ebay couplers.
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Welcome to the Club.

You'll have a blast rebuilding that */C. It'* got a lot of good bragging rights that go with it.

Need any help let us know, a step by step is on my web site

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