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Old 05-05-2007, 01:51 AM   #31
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You are in a major danger zone with compression and boost.

Don't go with a Gen3 supercharger under any circumstances. Continue underdriving the Gen2. It has plenty of headroom for you already.

You want an M62 with cooling ribs that go all the way down the case (91-93 only).
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Thanks for the heads up on the blower. The guy that had this kit before me ran this on his bone stock internal neon with no problems I should be alrite, I stess the word "should". Retarded timming, colder plugs, high octane and a close eye on the guages.....

I guess Ill be finding out here in a few weeks....
Neon motors are plentyful and cheap.
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