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blackgold 11-20-2007 08:34 AM

Newb from Ok
 
just bought a 01' ssei and thought i would look up some mods and found u guys, I havent been in the v-6 scene ever or owned a sc so i maybe kinda slow in that aspect. i have played with a few sbc and 4 bangers though!! I notice you guys use the engine codes or something alot, ill have too figure out what those are, and also the sc have diff production numbers? what is the best? and are they swapable? i guess thats enough for now i will post in the right place for my Q's next time and get my sig in order...hopefully i can be of some use to the forum someday.


Trey

willwren 11-20-2007 09:00 AM

You have the Series 2 L67 engine with the Gen3 Eaton M90. There is a GenV Eaton M90 available, but most won't benefit from it until after a few more changes are done.

Sounds like you're about to enter an addiction. :lol:

banned3800 11-20-2007 09:00 AM

welcome to the Club...

You have L67 Power My friend 8)

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willwren 11-20-2007 09:05 AM

:stupid:

:lol:


(posting at exactly the same time again)

GonneVille 11-22-2007 01:17 PM

Welcome to the club!

That M90 will get you a long ways up the ladder of mods before you need to think of swapping it. A smaller pulley will get you a nice little jump in power, but first you need to get yourself a cold air intake of some sort, preferably a fenderwell intake(most poopular option here, tested and proven), and a 180* thermostat to get engine temps down. After that, a pulley and a reprogrammed PCM will net you a tidy increase in power.

roadtech195 11-25-2007 03:08 PM

Welcome, good to see another southerner on here. All I can say is pay attention to the gearheads or anyone else with a crap load of stars near their name and you will learn more than you ever wanted to about your car. 8)

ten_gigahertz 11-26-2007 02:31 AM

Welcome to the club!


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