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Old 11-04-2003, 01:15 AM   #1
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Default ZZP CSC on a 95 SE

Well, tell me what you think, I'm sure there are people here that know what I'm talking about. Ok, get me info please.
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The CSC may be the best marriage between a Turbo and a Supercharger, but once again, cost is a factor. In order to get the most of it, you need at least intake and exhaust. You'll probably also need the ZZP Mini-AFC Controller.

Seriously, for the price you're talking, you could bank the money, sell the 95, and by a 96 or 97 SSEi. And some mods to go with it.
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New PCM would be almost needed as well burg. And your internals aren't as strong as an L67 so your might have wear and tear issues as well.
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I don't think it is a viable option. If you think about it costing 3-4 grand for an L67 equipped car. For a non-sc version this is probably closer to 8-9. This is because of transmission, and various other engine parts that need to be swapped in. Not to mention some of it is custom work.
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N/A just doesn't have the guts to really take oppressed, er, compressed air...


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Well seeing the kit comes with everything necessary to make it work (and it even comes with the computer if you have a GP, Regal, or MC), all you would need is a custom computer for it and it would be great. The stage 3 kit adds 100hp TO THE WHEELS, which is crazy and would really wake your car up. CSC L36'* are much easier to make quicker than L67'*. Then you do a cam and headers and low 13'* should be attainable. Both of ZZP'* CSC cars are FAST. Seeing that ZZP'* CSC'ed GP is quicker than their M90 GTP (which has run a best of 11.06), I would say they are damn good. And I haven't heard of anyone having any bottom end problems with the "weaker" L36. Like everyone knows, 3800'* are BULLETPROOF.
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Well seeing the kit comes with everything necessary to make it work (and it even comes with the computer if you have a GP, Regal, or MC), all you would need is a custom computer for it and it would be great. The stage 3 kit adds 100hp TO THE WHEELS, which is crazy and would really wake your car up. CSC L36'* are much easier to make quicker than L67'*. Then you do a cam and headers and low 13'* should be attainable. Both of ZZP'* CSC cars are FAST. Seeing that ZZP'* CSC'ed GP is quicker than their M90 GTP (which has run a best of 11.06), I would say they are damn good. And I haven't heard of anyone having any bottom end problems with the "weaker" L36. Like everyone knows, 3800'* are BULLETPROOF.
ahh, low 13'* with a cam, headers, and a CSC... i like the sound of that... so, how much are we looking at for to get this done? shawn, do you know how hard it is to install the CSC?
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