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Old 07-09-2004, 07:20 PM   #1
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Ok, so after finding out my SE has 2.5" exhaust, same as SSEi'* i've come to another conclusion.

L67 TB'* are the same as L27'* thru and thru. Heck i think the MAF'* are the same. My car'* running better on an L67 one right now. But it was a hell of a lot easier to pull the TB off the supercharger then when i ATTEMPTED to get it off my Upper intake.

I wonder what else is the same that we haven't seen yet.
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You measure the bore and everything?
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I didn't measure the plate itself (i'm not taking those springs off for the life of me) but the bore'* all seemed to match up. I was hoping for some gains...
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Well, you just saved me money, I was hoping the same.
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