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Old 05-23-2006, 11:02 AM   #21
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Will, I will post pictures of a 1994 intake tonight. By the way, Biatch...I left you a message and have tried to call several times...although I know your butt is in traction...
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By the way, Biatch...I left you a message and have tried to call several times...although I know your butt is in traction...
Get used to it many of us have.
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Old 05-23-2006, 04:29 PM   #23
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So what have you concluded with your project then now knowing what the differences are?

Do I still need to send you out a manifold for myself?

With this new evidence, would anything of what you were working on benefit a 95?
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Don't know.
Haven't had time.
Need to do alot of investigating.
Can't tell you anything.
Probably not soon.
Late summer.
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Perfect answer...A lil out of order, but it works.

LOL
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The LIM in my SSEi from a 94 is GM# 24502302
I have the old 93 LIM here too, same P/N same design, different from the 1992 Manifold ofcourse.
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Matt, my 93 manifold looks identical to the 92 that Boosty and Pat sent. Which means your 94 must be very similar. We need to see Joe'* pics.
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My 93'* LIM is identical to your 1995 one, which also matches my 1994 one that i put in there.
I just went and looked at my 1993s Original manifold.
24502302 stamped on it
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The LIM has been changed on your car. That is not the original part.

Now we've perhaps found a key difference in how your car runs compared to mine.
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Humm, this would make sense as to why my LIM looked so fricken good when i took it off LOL
Intresting.
When i did a carfax on my car a while back, engine work was in the carfax, something has been done to it..i guess?
Mine is a late production 93, i dont know if that constitutes and diff..
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