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Old 01-31-2008, 12:30 AM   #1
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i want to do performance upgrade but i dont know the first thing to even buy besides a fwi.. any suggestions from those who have bought from intense.

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I have always been told to get a PCM with the FWI, you could take a look at the Stage 1 kit for other 3800s to get an idea of what work well together.
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INTENSE doesn't support his PCM. His car is a 95.

The question you're asking is wrong. It'* not "I'm on their site, what should I buy".


The question you should be asking is "what should I do with my car to achieve this goal with this budget".
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[quote="willwren"]INTENSE doesn't support his PCM. His car is a 95.

The question you're asking is wrong. It'* not "I'm on their site, what should I buy".


The question you should be asking is "what should I do with my car to achieve this goal with this budget".[/quo


thanks man.. well i want a faster take off ( 0-60 ) and i want some more power basically i dont know what parts i need to do what.. i have about $200-$300 at the most im looking to spend..
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For that price, You're looking at the FWI and a replacement WS washer reservior IF your car has the headlight sprayers (you need the non-HL reservior to make the FWI work).

You'll have some money left over to order an eprom from GMTuners if you choose, with mild changes across the board.
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For that price, You're looking at the FWI and a replacement WS washer reservior IF your car has the headlight sprayers (you need the non-HL reservior to make the FWI work).

You'll have some money left over to order an eprom from GMTuners if you choose, with mild changes across the board.
why would i need a replacement ws washer resivior.?

and what would the gain be from a fwi and the (eprom) from gm tuners.?
would it be noticable..
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The fwi runs across/through the widow washer into the fender.
you will have to move the window washer tank as it will be in the way ,,
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o.k thanks i never figured that out myself yet so does the kit come with everything exactly i owuld need.?
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DO you have the WS washers on the front bumper? If not, the reservior isn't an issue. The FWI kit comes with MOST of what you need but you'll still be on your own for relocating your EVAP canister and retaining the filter in some way. They don't make a kit specifically for the 94/95 L67'*.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=79065

I simply swapped my washer reserviors between my two cars.
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IIRC, they stopped offering headlight washers in either '94 or '95. Either way, I highly doubt that he has them since he has an SE
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