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Old 04-07-2004, 12:54 AM   #11
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i only got to see 4 crappy pics of my ebay ride...and its NICE.......
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The car will actually run safley without the SC? So if the Belt breaks on you your not screwed then?
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Its like driving an NA Bonneville
Jim Jim Jim, the L67' S2 has a lower compresion ratio then the L36, to accomodate the boost.

It'* also running VERY rich.
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Its like driving an NA Bonneville
you say it like its such a horrible thing
Yeah!! SE Owners Unite! Stop the Supercharger Oppression!


Can't imagine a SC'ed engine would enjoy running without it tho...
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I havn't looked @ mine to rember but what else is that belt running?
From there feedback and what I see it could be fishy or not.
Though I'd have to go and drive it before hand. Good $ though!
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I can't remember what all is on the SC belt on a series II, but the lower compression ratio and the wee little boost bypass the engine is trying to breath through would make it quite a dog. What'* more, the valve in the bypass is run off vacumm, when you open the throttle, that valve closes. Now, potentially, the boost bypass solenoid (that is coincidentally disabled in my car) might read the loss of boost pressure and keep it open, hopefully.
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I drove mine without a SC belt for 2 days and it was fine. Very undramatic, no noticable problems or anything...it did indeed feel like an L36.

On the Seriies II, the SC belt only drives the SC. All others acessories are on another belt.

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Its like driving an NA Bonneville
Jim Jim Jim, the L67' S2 has a lower compresion ratio then the L36, to accomodate the boost.

It'* also running VERY rich.
Jason, jason, jason...have you DRIVEN an SSEi without the SC belt? Murdock has been running his like that since he got it back with absolutely no issues. Just complains it'* not as fast as it used to be.
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im going to cut my belt off, tape it together and sell it to them...
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Old 04-08-2004, 08:37 AM   #20
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