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Old 03-27-2004, 06:19 AM   #11
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I guess HP gains on a 94-95 SSEi be different then a 92-93?


What would a 95 SSEI with CAI, High flow cat,Highflow muffler, Smaller pulley make with or without a chip?


Would bigger then stock piping be neccesary on the exhaust or just a high flow cat and muffler do? I herd from somewhere that no need upgrading the stock piping .
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The stock tubing is as good as it gets. You wont need to upgrade it because its already the right size and its stainless mandrel bent steal.
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I guess HP gains on a 94-95 SSEi be different then a 92-93?


What would a 95 SSEI with CAI, High flow cat,Highflow muffler, Smaller pulley make with or without a chip?


Would bigger then stock piping be neccesary on the exhaust or just a high flow cat and muffler do? I herd from somewhere that no need upgrading the stock piping .
Mod for mod, the 92/93 will be almost identical to the 94/95 in results. The only difference is that the 94/95 starts out 20hp higher to begin with.

Stick with 2.5" stock piping unless you're building a track car. Your 92 is suffering from this right now.
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