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Old 05-09-2006, 10:25 AM   #11
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I really don't want to pull mine unless it'* test time. Would a 93 L27 have the same rings as an L67? I've got one of those I could use for comparison.
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I have no idea. If they're the same, you learned nothing. If they're different......?
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Further thoughts, are the 92 and 93 L27'* the same or different?
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If the balancers are different, they may have different weighting thingees...
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The fingers on the back of the balancer should be the same... There may be a slight size diffrence on the balancer hub to crank... GM changed that a few times over the years... But both cars use the same SFI system... Yes I know its listed as MFI but it actually is a Sequential Fuel Injection System...

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Sorry if there'* a little dust on this... but I've been thinking. I've got a 93 SE just sitting around. It'* got the same crank sensor as a 93 SSEi, and I'm betting the same interupter rings. I know a 92 with a 93 EPROM won't start... but if I were to pull the sensor and the rings of the 93 and put them on my 92... it might work. That way I won't have to buy any parts, just some time.
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