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Old 04-17-2005, 03:08 PM   #11
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94 is also the OBD Bastard child, and nobody in their right mind would run a 2.2" pulley on a 94/95. 2.5 is the smallest so far, and for good reason. 92/93 can go to 2.2.
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basically what i'm trying to find out is if this engine would be worth the time to swap into a pre-gen GP
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Old 04-17-2005, 04:12 PM   #13
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Of course it would be worth it. For reliability and diagnostic sake, I suggest a 93, with a 94 SC and TB, with an air/fuel calibrator.
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It'd be better than nothing....What year GP is this going into?
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Of course it would be worth it. For reliability and diagnostic sake, I suggest a 93, with a 94 SC and TB, with an air/fuel calibrator.
my engine in the GP now is definately reliable, hell it'* bulletproof! But it'* SLOW as HELL! It'* the 3.1. I've seen these go up in flames and be able to start again. But it couldn't outrun a one legged rat!!

It'* going into a 92. That'* why i was asking about the computers. If the bonne i get a hold of is OBD I then i won't really have to screw with anything, but OBDII and i'm pretty sure i'll have to have the thing reprogrammed, which is no biggy. Just curious on the whole thing
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get the 93 with the 94 SC, PCM, and the wiring harness and change as needed.
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Yeah, grab the 93 PCM with complete wiring harness. If you have to cut it, make sure to mark like colored wires in that particular wiring bundle.
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I was just at one of the MNCGP guys house yesterday that did a * II into a 94 GP SE
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High 14'* in a Series 1 L67 is a little too optimistic IMO.... I'd expect 15.5 with a good driver/launch, in 100% stock form.
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High 14'* in a Series 1 L67 is a little too optimistic IMO.... I'd expect 15.5 with a good driver/launch, in 100% stock form.
A bit lower than that in an H body, but alot lower in a Pre-Gen GP, which is what we're talking about here.
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