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Old 09-10-2005, 11:05 PM   #1
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Look up M90 ss kit

That charger on ebay wont work.
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And the kit at ZZP isn't ready, nor will it be full-boost capable.

Book your car out, sell it, and buy an SSEi. It'* the cheapest option.

In addition to the engine with supercharger you see in that auction, you still need the entire engine wiring harness, a different trans than you have, and the PCM.
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and just think if you get an SSEi, you will get all the cool extras....like a oem boost gage
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will the auction includes most of what they would need. Harness might be iffy, but could be gotten.
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No trans or PCM, and that'* the wrong Harness. And the whole venture is a waste of money in comparison to simply trading up. He would still have the old FE1 suspension, too.
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For the money you spend on a new car you can do a lot more to the engine you already have.
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