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Old 10-27-2005, 10:06 PM   #31
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Sorry Lux, I think you are SOL for a chip. The 1994/95s used a hybrid OBD1/2 system which makes an aftermarket chip not possible.

Then again, I know Haro has a custom chip of some design, so take my words with a grain of salt. Maybe Haro knows more about it...
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www.gmtuners.com can do the 94/95 L67. They've done some for the Fiero transplant crowd, but none here yet that I know of.

One member here has a modified L27 chip in his 95 L36 from them, and it seems to work well.
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does jet'* chip work for the 95 series 2 or no?
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Old 10-27-2005, 11:18 PM   #34
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No.
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I have a Series 2 L67 than dynoed 262hp at the crank, stock. At the wheels it was 210hp, stock. With the gutted air box and 3.5 pulley I may have 285 hp at the crank. With rockers i'd be pushing 310 hp at the CRANK. Not the wheels. You must realize 300 WHEEL hp is a BIG feat. The numbers you see in auto mags are all crank hp, NOT wheel. You'd have to have WELL over 350hp in order to exceed 300 wheel hp.
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yeah i understand that i just wanted to know some more mods and or performance upgrades i could do after i had done pulley intake and the cat.... If there was any other mods i could do myself..... Like new computer or something not very difficult
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Well, really depends on your level of mechanical ability. I would have no qualms about changing out cam, heads, rockers, valves, etc...
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so, as long as we're talking about imaginary hp figures, I might as well throw my build idea into the mix. The engine has problems, so I'm probably going to have to rebuild everything (bottom end, top end, etc.). For the cam selection i was thinking seriesoneperformance.com'* drag cam, along with their performance valve springs that should work with the cam. Also a much smaller pulley diameter, say 2.4 or 2.5", Majorly ported & polished heads (done by a friend), a Gasket Matches LIM, along with getting rid of any imperfections int he ports. A CAI (will be in a fiero, that'* pretty much standard procedure), shorter exhaust with hopefully a set of headers from westcoastfiero.com, paired with a 5 spd manual, and get rid of whatever smog crap is associated with a 3800 (egr i guess would be it). That'* the plan for now, hope to hit 300 crank hp with it and 300 crank tq. Lemme know if there are any flaws in the plan, other than me not having the money to do it right now lol
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You're going to need a custom PCM to run that cam, and deleting the EGR would only be viable if you ran an intercooler. EGR valves keep combustion temps down and prevent KR in non-IC forced induction apps.

And you may hit 300 crank, but not at the wheels.
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I know a guy that does PCM work, so that really isn't a problem, I'll look into the EGR issue, I guess the EGR system i'm familiar with isn't on a boosted car, so it'* probly quite a bit different. And also, i'm just lookin to break 300 at the crank
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