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Old 04-21-2008, 04:57 PM   #11
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The SLE in my signature is:

Supercharged with SSEi dual exhaust outlets
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CCR
FE2 (SSEi) suspension
ELC (electronic level control) with trunk inflator
I'm surprised you forgot your heated windshield
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The SLE in my signature is:

Supercharged with SSEi dual exhaust outlets
Sunroof
ECC
CCR
FE2 (SSEi) suspension
ELC (electronic level control) with trunk inflator
I'm surprised you forgot your heated windshield
That'* the Zilla.
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Old 04-21-2008, 05:00 PM   #13
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oh, snap, didn't know it was only in the green car...
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I'm not saying my car is uncommon, i was wondering why I have those option and I don't have the SLE Badge'* instead of SE on my car like many I saw because every SE'* I saw was Regular no Leather nothing and nothing ! That was only the why of my question ! Thank you for you Answer !
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The SLE package didn't get its own badge most years.
The only identifiers are the RPO code, and the options on the car.
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I'm not saying my car is uncommon, i was wondering why I have those option and I don't have the SLE Badge'* instead of SE on my car like many I saw because every SE'* I saw was Regular no Leather nothing and nothing ! That was only the why of my question ! Thank you for you Answer !
I stated the reason in my post above.

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The SLE package is very well known to us. It'* designated by RPO code H4U on your RPO label. It wasn't 'badged' until 1998 for the first time, but was first available in 1993.
Mine has badges because I added them, then customized them to show the engine I have, and to better match my SSEi:

What I had on my doors from the factory (see the narrow supercharged badges)
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The SLE badges in that pic are from the 98-02 SLE, and originally said SLE Bonneville, not SLE Supercharged.
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How I modified them with overlays from Flaming Decals (NHolds here)
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So what is mine then? I have SSE all over it but it has the SC and a boost gauge. It says Supercharged on the side and that is it. I don't have the RPO list as I threw out the cover when I got the car without knowing about the list.

(Edit) When I insured it they didn't come up with a supercharged but I am not sure how it works with the ins. My vin is 1 though and I know that means SC.
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You have a supercharged SSE, which was only available in 1993. We've got (and had) several on the Forum.
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Uhm....J Wikoff (1992)
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