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View Poll Results: I own a 94 or 95 SUPERCHARGED SSEi, SSE, or SE, and would be interested in a custom PCM for $400
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Old 08-08-2004, 01:03 PM   #11
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Here'* the deal.......we're not going to get the quality of the INTENSE PCM right off the start, but I think we can come up with a good strong alternative, similar to the S1 Jet Stage 2. The trick is finding the right Bonneville 94/95 as the 'model'. To do this right we have to have dyno time, and we'll almost certainly need about 10 buyers to get the initial cost down. I've talked to one shop, and he'* willing to eat the cost of the software (he has all the hardware including a VERY nice chassis dyno. The dyno time is a PREMIUM price. This will need to be split, as the 'model' or test car will need to spend quite a few hours on it to do it right.

We do this right, or not at all.

So we need a test car that has at least the basic mods already. I need to know who'* got the farthest in mods for the 94/95 SSEi, SC SSE, or SESC?

What other mods besides the intake, exhaust, and thermostat do we want to account for in the programming? Any other features? Early fans?
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How about ignition components? Stuff like plugs, wires, coils? These can possibly make a difference as well. And would we want to go as far as stuff like Ignition control modules and pulleys?
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