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Old 03-16-2003, 01:34 AM   #1
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Default Looking for some chip + pulley testimonials re:94/95 SSEi

Just looking for some recommendations from people who have already done these mods. I.E. what kind of gain for your dollar etc.

Currently the only engine mods I have done to my 94 SSEi are a pulley off a 92/93 and a K+N filter under the hood. Anyone know the smallest pulley out there available for the M62 and who has had a chip done?

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Just looking for some recommendations from people who have already done these mods. I.E. what kind of gain for your dollar etc.

Currently the only engine mods I have done to my 94 SSEi are a pulley off a 92/93 and a K+N filter under the hood. Anyone know the smallest pulley out there available for the M62 and who has had a chip done?

Thanks in advance, Great board by the way.

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You're already at the performance pulley diameter for a 94/95. Smaller won't benefit you, and may damage your SC. Your K&N is a good start, but you won't gain the most from your pulley with that. You need a custom intake with a cone filter. The ADTR is the best option for the time being, and the Series 1 will be test fit on my car this coming week. Production units will be available shortly.

You're lucky you don't have the 95. You can get a chip for a 94, and Jet is what I'll recommend. The stage 2 will require intake, exhaust, and the 180 thermostat. Well worth the money.

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Thanks Will, I actually do have the K+N cone filter fitted to the end of the factory tubing left over when the air box was removed. Exhaust is stock, don't think I'll be able to afford to do anything there for awhile, seeing as how I just replaced the muffler too.
Any further comments? I just ordered the Jet Stage II from ADTR, gonna lay off on the pulley as per your recommendation as with the 92/93 pulley, I can still bury the boost guage. Supercharger front end rebuild to be done this weekend.
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