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Old 09-28-2004, 08:49 PM   #11
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The gasket is obviously for more than 1 TB design as it has areas that aren't nessesary for this application. I now have a pic of it on my digi, Just waiting to fill up the CF card before I pay the $4 to get them on CD.
CF card readers and 50 pk cds are always free after rebate at officemax...and wait till the day after thanks giving and you can have a free after rebate cd burner
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Old 10-04-2004, 02:13 PM   #12
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Welp I managed to accidentally delete half my pics the other day so I'm sort of pissed...Here'* what I got so far..

Order is: Naturally aspriated then Supercharged

Note: The naturally aspirated had major headwork (porting, larger valves, etc) done but should be ok for reference. I tried to use all my stock photos







Had to flip this one upside down to make it easier:


Borrowed this from a certain 'former member' with a '92 ssei
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I was just talking to Will (Bill ) and decided to look up cranks. GM parts direct lists the crank as PN: 24501594 for All application models. Unless there'* some database error that means naturally aspriated and supercharged is the same...which logically would be the case anyway.
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how about rods and pistons?
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I think two people have confirmed differen P/N for rods...
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We gotta do that again, or try to remember who it was. I don't remember if Don was one or not, but he'* on vacation for a few days. I gotta call him tonight, so I'll ask him.
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damn, just take my post down
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Steve, this is a comprehensive assembly of hard facts. Not a compilation of engine bay pics. We're talking specifically about engine internals.
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Damemorder told me he checked it at a dealer.
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He verified they were different? I think Doc mentioned the pins might be different, which would indicate the rods are at least slightly different in that regard. I might have to take an off-site lunch break this week.....
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