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Old 03-01-2004, 05:49 PM   #11
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wow! not sure if im more educated or more confused but i get the idea.
am i able to upgrade my same engine with the supercharger or does that create to many complications of things to do to make it work.
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got about 5 grand lying around to supercharge it?
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I just noticed in techinfo in the changing a N/A into a supercharged motor at the end with the other option of */c car that someone put SE, SLE, SSE SC and SSEi. The isn't an SLE supercharged. I really have to be careful how I explain this. I meant to say there isn't an SE supercharged. The SE with the SLE package might have an optional supercharger. If you notice "SUPERCHARGED" written on the door or looking at the VIN. I hope this isn't confusing. There was only one member that had an SLE with a supercharger. What happened to him?
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I believe that in 95 and 96 (the only 2 years) you could get an SE supercharged BUT it had to have the H4U (SLE) option. 95 SESC has this car where is he

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I know.... I was stating something wlse. In 96 there really wasnt an option for an SE to be supercharged but you could have gotten an SSE supercharged though until 97 which was the last year for that. Same for the GP. You could get a 97 Grand Prix GT with the supercharger in it.
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