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Old 05-24-2005, 01:14 AM   #31
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are you still considering doing a modification plate to put an m90 on the '92 manifold?
Chuck, there'* a HELLUVA lot more to modify than a simple adapter plate. All your belt paths will be off, which is new brackets, etc. Not to mention a new fuel rail (the Series 2 fuel rail has the wrong injector spacing for your car) and I doubt the M90 would allow your injectors to be installed in the LIM. You'd have to modify your heads.
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Yeah for MOST people it would surely be cost prohibitive. Between buying the M90, the TB, the custom fuel rail, the adapter plate, and all the other nick nacks I can't see many people actually going for it. Now the '94 TB and such...ooh that'* another story
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Yeah for MOST people it would surely be cost prohibitive. Between buying the M90, the TB, the custom fuel rail, the adapter plate, and all the other nick nacks I can't see many people actually going for it. Now the '94 TB and such...ooh that'* another story
what about M90 rotors in an m62? Would that do anything?
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Yeah for MOST people it would surely be cost prohibitive. Between buying the M90, the TB, the custom fuel rail, the adapter plate, and all the other nick nacks I can't see many people actually going for it. Now the '94 TB and such...ooh that'* another story
what about M90 rotors in an m62? Would that do anything?
different sizes, no chance of working
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Yeah for MOST people it would surely be cost prohibitive. Between buying the M90, the TB, the custom fuel rail, the adapter plate, and all the other nick nacks I can't see many people actually going for it. Now the '94 TB and such...ooh that'* another story
what about M90 rotors in an m62? Would that do anything?
different sizes, no chance of working
people put 112 rotors in 90'*
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would the new gen MP62'* work?
http://www.capa.com.au/eaton_mp62_4th.htm
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Mounting the SC to the LIM would require a custom adapter, the TB would require a custom adapter.

Stock fuel rail wouldn't fit. Alternator bracket may or may not fit.
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