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Old 10-26-2003, 09:43 PM   #11
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Yeah the superchargers from a 92/93 are preaty differant than the 94/95. I had both of them right infront of eachother. The fins on top of the supercharger are differant, the 92 are deeper. The inlets by the TB are the biggest differance. And the EGR is differant. If you have a 95 supercharger on a 92 TB or the other way around then your gonna be creating some turbulance because there is quiet a big differance in sizes between the two.
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Not to mention having to cut a custom TB gasket. The coolant ports won't line up with that combination.
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Yeah the superchargers from a 92/93 are preaty differant than the 94/95. I had both of them right infront of eachother. The fins on top of the supercharger are differant, the 92 are deeper. The inlets by the TB are the biggest differance. And the EGR is differant. If you have a 95 supercharger on a 92 TB or the other way around then your gonna be creating some turbulance because there is quiet a big differance in sizes between the two.

I know the superchargers are differant , only differance being is the inlet and throttle body. But 666bonnie said he had to change egr pipe and bolts so on , mine was a direct fit I spent $12 on TB and SC gaskets and bolted it up. no modifications at all.
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Old 10-27-2003, 06:53 AM   #14
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myself, i had to find another seal for the egr tube to the SC, the 95 SC was larger than the 92. not much, but it was enough to cause a vac leak.
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