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Old 04-08-2004, 09:54 AM   #21
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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.
Why won't the MAF sense the lack of incoming air and turn the gas down? Even if it is a lower compression.
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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.
Yes you can do it. It runs and goes, but it'd get served by any stock L27 even! The PCM is used to all the air from the Supercharger, so it has to learn the engine without it for a bit But it is nice they have that setup to run without it.
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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...
Yea, I'm w/ you on this one,..er um,..the unite thing!
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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.
Why won't the MAF sense the lack of incoming air and turn the gas down? Even if it is a lower compression.
It will. It'll run at stoic when it should.
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So, if you're running without the */C belt, do you still need premium fuel?
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oh no, hope no-ones gonna remove their SC belt and run regular unleaded. I know gas prices are high right now, but seriously folks.

Isnt it the compression factor that requires the higher octane?

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oh no, hope no-ones gonna remove their SC belt and run regular unleaded. I know gas prices are high right now, but seriously folks.

Isnt it the compression factor that requires the higher octane?
I hope that won't happen either, but without the SC, you should actually have less compression than a NA, so wouldn't need the higher octane. (I think)
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