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Old 10-19-2003, 05:31 PM   #1
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What is the difference between a series I and a series II?
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In general terms......different valve sequence, slightly different heads, intake (upper/lower), compression ratio, etc. Fairly minor, actually. Except 35 more hp in the Series 2.
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Don always saves me

That'* called teamwork!
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See thats why you have six stars gent..

I'd a just laid out the HP and TQ differences
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Its not "teamwork" its "team up and beat down"

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*I think I lost a star*
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*looks up sees 5 stars*..walks away

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how do i know the difference on what my bonnie is?
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You have a Series I engine...so all that stuff we talked about...under Series I, that what you have. 170 HP and 225 TQ

Your car is a 92 right? or 93?
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Looks like a 92 to me.
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Its a 93'.
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