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Old 06-14-2005, 01:12 AM   #71
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I'm at 205K and nice and quiet.....Just gotta figure out WTF is wrong with my idle.
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Then my old 93 is crap. Because it has bad clatter and the same mileage as my Ser 2. Actually I haven't heard as many Ser 1 */c have lifter clatter as the NA. No Ser 2 i've heard has lifter clatter.
L27 valvetrains are identical to the L67.
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Then my old 93 is crap. Because it has bad clatter and the same mileage as my Ser 2. Actually I haven't heard as many Ser 1 */c have lifter clatter as the NA. No Ser 2 i've heard has lifter clatter.
L27 valvetrains are identical to the L67.
That'll change his view point pretty quick. LOL

I think at 205k some new valve springs wouldn't be a bad idea and a good retorque of the rockers.....ahh hell just replace them while I'm there.....LOL
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when i had my SSE, it also had the lifter cladder as did my 90 and moms 91 does, BUT, they were all super high mileage vehicles. My 99 GTP is a Series II and is very quick, but i have test driven Series I that were just as, or so they felt. I also cant tell the noise difference from my 94 and the 96 i used to drive my grandma around in. BTW, have you every considered a GP GTP. has a majority of the options the SSEi has, and is a little cheaper. I didnt think i could like a gp as much as my bonne, cause it was my bonne, but i couldnt find an SSEi within 300 miles for the price i was wanting to pay. I got my gtp for a great price and have loved it, and so far, my BC family hasnt ousted me!!LOL!! good luck with you car shopping and stuff, the fun part is test driving!!
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