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Old 09-05-2004, 03:06 AM   #11
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I would be interested. So this mod won't do anything by itself? Or will it?
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If its gunna be in a few weeks, then i could afford it. But i have one question, could you swap the setup from a regular 93 to a 93 with the 94/95 supercharger?
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Please tell me you're not about to do that. There is absolutely no gain to be had, especially after this mod.

And yes, this is good for 92-95 as stated.

Do you REALLY want to have to buy an AFC calibrator? Please don't waste your time and money. If you have any questions, please start another topic in Forced Induction.
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Do you anticipate any improvement if we keep the pulley we have?
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Do you anticipate any improvement if we keep the pulley we have?
Possibly if you're interested in running lower octane.
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Do you anticipate any improvement if we keep the pulley we have?
Possibly if you're interested in running lower octane.
wha do u need from us will so i can get it ready for ya
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When you get that lower intake manifold off the car, let me know, and I'll give you instructions. BonneMeMn is doing the same as well, and I'd like a 94/95 to do the same possibly.

We'll be checking coolant flow passages in the lower intake manifold with a garden hose, and varying opening and blocking ports.
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Will, you remember that i have a lower intake from a 95 */c right?
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I have 350 set back for this will, and i can always get a little more, just let me know when
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Will, you remember that i have a lower intake from a 95 */c right?
Jake, PM me your phone number and the best time to call (including time zone).

Jachin, this is at least 2 months out. I've been working on it when I can, but adminstrative tasks here at BC have been sapping my spare time, not to mention my REAL job.

Still whittling away. Wanna make sure we get this right before we green light it.
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